Crochet-A-Day: Finger Crochet Snake

by Marie on February 9, 2014

How about a Ssslithering Heart-Shaped Rattle Sssnake for our next Crochet-A-Day series post. Too cute! We’re ditching the hook and trying out some finger crochet for this tutorial!

Finger Crochet a Rattle Snake Tutorial @makeandtakes.com #crochetaday

I’m happy to share we’re partnering with Consumer Crafts for a week’s worth of crochet projects. Head over to ConsumerCrafts.com to buy all your yarn supplies for our Crochet-A-Day projects. They make it super simple to order online and have loads of yarn and supplies on hand.

Crochet-A-Day series with Consumercrafts.com

They’re also offering 20% off yarn and needlecraft products all this week. Wahoo!

Yarn Sale at ConsumerCrafts.com

I’ve shared how to crochet a chain stitch snake with a hook which is also a fun and super simple project. But we thought we’d switch it up a little by changing our technique, using a finger crochet method. My sweet daughter Lucy has shown us how to finger crochet before. Follow this video tutorial to help make this snake.

Supplies for Finger Crochet Snake:

Finger Crochet Snake Tutorial Supplies

1. Finger crochet your yarn into a long chain piece, about 12 inches long. You can crochet your snake as long as you’d like.

2. Once you have it as long as you want, start on a second row by finger crocheting back through your first chain piece. Finger crochet 2-4 stitches for your second row. This will be your snake’s head. (If you find this a little hard to do the first time or two, you can simply tie the head in a knot to make a bulb for it’s head)

3. Pull your yarn through the last stitch and pull tight. Cut off your yarn about 1-2 inches away from your last stitch. This will act as you snake’s tongue.

Finger Crochet Snake Pattern

4. On the tail end of the snake, thread on 3 or 4 pony beads. Tip: use a little tape on the end of the yarn to help thread it through the bead if it’s fraying. Using the last bead, tie a knot at the end of your tail. Tying the bead into the tail’s knot will help secure it and keep the beads on.

Adding Beads to a Crochet Rattle Snake

You’re done. You can make all sizes of these snakes and give them to your friends as a Valentine’s gift!

Finger Crochet Rattle Snake Tutorial @makeandtakes.com #crochetaday

**Thanks to Consumer Crafts for sponsoring this post. We’ll be sharing tutorials all week using products purchased at ConsumerCrafts.com. Enjoy 20% off yarn and needle point supplies from 2/9 – 2/16! Find them on twitter, facebook, pinterest, instagram and youtube for more fabulous craft ideas!

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Colleen February 9, 2014 at 2:05 pm

That is so super cute!

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Kate March 15, 2014 at 7:14 pm

These look SO cute and easy. The great thing is that you can do them for any occasion with different colors and beads. Finger crocheting is so fun and hopefully I’ll learn to do the real crocheting soon…:)

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