Yarn and busy fingers are all you need for this simple technique.
Photography: Burcu Avsar
Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2013
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Slip the end of a ball of yarn between your thumb and index finger. Pinch to anchor the yarn as you knit. Then loop the yarn around your pinkie and weave it through your fingers.
Loop the yarn around your index finger completely, and weave it toward your pinkie.
Make a full loop around your four fingers.
Slip the bottom (woven) row over the top (unwoven) row, from pinkie to index finger. Repeat steps 2 through 4 as the knitted side flows down the back of your hand to the desired length. To cast off, cut the yarn, leaving about a 10-inch tail. Pull the yarn through all four loops, then pull the loops off your fingers. Tie the tail to the closest loop; trim.