If you need more help, check out “finger knitting” on YouTube.
Start — Hold one end of yarn as shown on left. Wrap yarn through fingers.
Two layers — Each finger has two layers of yarn. Pull the bottom one up and over the top of the first and off each finger.
Slide down — Slide remaining one layer down your fingers so it doesn’t come off your fingers as you continue.
Wrap again — Per image on right, wrap your fingers again, coming up between the first and second fingers, wrapping around pinky and back. Pull bottom layer up and over the top and over finger again.
NOTE: As you lengthen this, the finished stitches will go down the back of your hand.
Yarn off fingers — To get yarn off your fingers, move first finger loop to second finger, then pull the yarn that was on the second finger up and over the loop you moved over the top of your finger.
Move the yarn on the second finger to the third and repeat the step above. Then, move the yarn from the third finger to the fourth.
Finish — Pull remaining loop off fourth finger, but leave open. Clip off a few inches of extra yarn and put through the loop, pulling tight.
Go back to your starting yarn and tie that in a knot as well to keep that end together.
Tie the two loose ends together to complete the necklace.
Weave the ends in to hide them.
To download a PDF of this Grab ‘N’ Go sheet, click here: GnG_SWAP Necklace_lrl