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Finger crochet is just plain fun! Who needs a hook? We don’t! Not doing this technique, anyway, and that’s what makes this so great. Crocheting with your fingers!
This technique is worked the same as regular crochet except there is no hook used. It’s all worked on your fingers. It’s becoming more and more popular with the old and young alike.
Heavier, bulky yarn is usually used for this crochet technique, because it’s easier to hold and work with. Any kind of yarn can be used, though.
Here’s just a few:
I think you are going to love it. Give it a try! There’s a great walk-through here at Red Heart.
A variation of this technique that is becoming increasingly popular is arm crochet. You guessed it, you use your hands and arms to work the stitches instead of using a hook.
This technique is easy and quick for finishing a project. It’s usually worked with several strands of yarn at once, giving your piece an awesome chunky look with loose stitches. It’s perfect for great scarves or cowls.
Yarnspirations has an easy tutorial to get you started with arm crochet.Home › Types of Crochet ›Finger Crochet