Doctor Who 4th Doctor's Scarf Inspired Knit Party Garland Tutorial

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It's the last of the Doctor Who tutorials!  Did you ever think it was going to end?  ;-)

 For this final tutorial, I'm going to show you how I made the knitted (well, finger-knitted) party garland inspired by the 4th doctor's iconic, extremely long scarf.

See what I mean?  Truly, etremely long.    

And here's some of my knitted yarn party garland in action at the Doctor Who birthday party!  

Materials and Supplies Needed to Make a 4th Doctor Doctor Who Scarf Party Garland:

  • yarn
  • scissors
  • your fingers

Finger knitting is incredibly simple.  Both of my daughters (even the five year old) loved helping me make the scarf garland for the party.  This video does a great job showing how I do finger knitting.

It's the same technique I used in my Ugly Christmas Sweater Cookie Tray tutorial, and Frog Prince Paperie created an amazing Yarn Bombed Christmas party a couple years ago.  There are lots of creative ways to use this technique!

Did you do finger knitting when you were a kid, too?  I distinctly remember making a pretty awful pair of Rainbow-Brite style legwarmers by finger knitting when I was little.  I've always been a craft one--sometimes with more success than other times.  ;-)

Nicole Wills, creator of Tikkido

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