Learn The Most Easy Way Of Knitting A Scarf Using A Box. It's Amazing!

Learn The Most Easy Way Of Knitting A Scarf Using A Box. It's Amazing!
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Do you remember the time, when our grandma used to knit sweaters and different other woolen wears for us? Well, I really miss that. 

Now, unfortunately, we are grown up hopeless and trained for nothing like a knitting needle or something like that. But, sometimes we all wish to put on apparels or jewelry created by our own hands.

Friends! I have a way for it; don't worry if you don't have any idea of knitting as there are different easier ways to make things for yourself. Let's start with making DIY scarf. Believe me! It's pretty easy to learn. And, do not miss to share if you know such easy DIY hacks; we have the comment box for you right down below the story. 

 

Step: 1

Step: 1

Cut the bottom of both the boxes and also cut off its two corners making the box opened from one side.

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Step: 2

Step: 2
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Keep the box which is opened from one side into the other box and cut out 0.5 -1-inch squares along the top edge at the gap of 1 inch. The side of the box will appear like the walls of a castle.

Step: 3

Step: 3
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Take out an end of yarn from the bundle and fix it on the box with the help of tape.

Step: 4

Step: 4
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Wrap the yarn around each tooth. Do it carefully in the starting, it should neither be too tight nor too loose.

Step: 5

Step: 5
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After completing the first round, in the second round of loops, you need to pass the yarn from top to bottom into the loop of the first round.

Step: 6

Step: 6
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Continue the step 5, until you reach the end. Make sure that the length of scarf must be 60 inches or more than that.

Step: 7

Step: 7
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After all the efforts which you put in knitting, finally, the scarf gets ready. At last, you need to pull it out of the box through the hole in the bottom.

Step: 8

Step: 8
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While pulling it out, fasten it off to secure it.

...And no more steps to follow now, Your new DIY scarf is ready.

...And no more steps to follow now, Your new DIY scarf is ready.
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To understand the instructions better, watch the video here.

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