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Honey Stitch Cowl Pattern. Materials:
 • 4 balls (100 g/83 m each) KPC Yarns Novomerino Chunky in Wicker • Set of 7 mm needles (or size needed to obtain tension) • 1 double-pointed needle (DPN) • 2 stitch markers • Scrap yarn • Crochet hook • Tapestry needle Tension: 6 sts = 2.5 cm/1 inch in twisted rib stitch using 7 mm needles.

Honey Stitch Cowl Pattern

To save time, take time to check tensions. Pattern Notes: Twisted rib stitch (worked over an even number of stitches): Row 1 and Row 2: *K1 tbl, p1 tbl* repeat to end of row. Repeat Rows 1 and 2. Casting on: The Honey Stitch Cowl is cast on using the provisional cast on, which leaves the cast-on stitches "live. " Because they're "live" and not closed off as with a regular cast on, we can later pick them up and seam them together with the stitches on the needle. Three-needle Bind Off: This bind off joins two sets of "live" stitches together in a neat, secure seam. For those who need a hand in mastering knitting basics, visit sheepandstitch.com. Row 3 (wrong side): repeat Row 1. Free Knitting Patterns That Rock! — handylittleme. SIZE: One SizeFinished Circumference About 19 in. (48.5 cm)Note: Hat will stretch to fit a range of sizes.

Free Knitting Patterns That Rock! — handylittleme

GAUGE: 8 sts + 10 rows = about 4 in. (10 cm) in St st (k on RS, p on WS). BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE. When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make a 4 in. [10 cm] square, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles.

NOTES: Hat is worked, back and forth in rows, from lower edge up to top. HATCast on 38 sts.Knit 3 rows. FINISHING Sew Hat seam. TECHknitting: Pinstriping: vertical columns of color, added after the knitting is finished. Lots of photos and illustrations plus a video--Pinstriping on knitting--what is it?

TECHknitting: Pinstriping: vertical columns of color, added after the knitting is finished.

Click any picture to enlarge Pinstriping is vertical Fake Latvian Braid. Like Fake Latvian Braid, pinstriping is added via a crochet hook and the slip-stitch, after the knitting is done. Crochet Lilac Frosting Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern – Olives & Okra. I found this super fun yarn at Michael’s the other day.

Crochet Lilac Frosting Scarf – Free Crochet Pattern – Olives & Okra

It’s Caron® Cakes™, a multi-purpose variegated yarn that comes in 18 shades each of which contains 5 beautiful colors. Chunky-Wunky pattern by Brian smith. Caron® Cakes™ Knit Triangle Shawl. Lacy Baktus. Baker Street Scarf FEATURING MR NEIL GAIMAN OMG: Knitty.com - First Fall 2015. By Joan of Dark Here's something for a knitter to solve: What's an easy scarf to knit that looks nice, isn't a basic rib or garter stitch, but can be easily knit while reading a good book or watching a good mystery show?

Baker Street Scarf FEATURING MR NEIL GAIMAN OMG: Knitty.com - First Fall 2015

The answer is the Baker Street Scarf! Knit in a lovely yarn that any man (or woman) would want to wear while looking smart around town, the mix of knit and purl on one side and plain knitting on the opposite side give each side of the scarf a cool and unique look. Lion Brand® Knit Fisherman's Wool Meandering Rib Scarf. 18 Infinity Scarf Patterns to Knit Today. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

18 Infinity Scarf Patterns to Knit Today

As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Giddy (made with love): Free Pattern - Odds and Ends Kerchief. This pattern emerged after looking for ways to use up small scraps of yarn.

Giddy (made with love): Free Pattern - Odds and Ends Kerchief

The hoarder in me could not throw away those lengths of yarn after sewing up, particularly if it was yarn that had been hand-painted or perhaps was quite expensive. There are quite a few attractive scarves that use similar techniques; I would not claim to be the originator of this idea. Free Knitting Patterns - Noro Silk Garden Scarf Pattern. © 2003 Karen Baumer Materials It takes approximately 200 yds. of yarn to make a 4’ scarf, 300 yds. to make a 6’ scarf.

Free Knitting Patterns - Noro Silk Garden Scarf Pattern

WEB-B-KK-KorKScarf-ENG.pdf. Men’s Mini Herringbone Scarf. I have accumulated quite a bit of neckwear over the years.

Men’s Mini Herringbone Scarf

Some bright, some bulky, some sleek, lots ecru, but hands-down, what earns me the most compliments is my Big Herringbone Cowl, scooped off these pages of the Purl Bee! Simply Ribbed Scarf by knitchicgrace - Craftsy. Sunshine Scarf. I feel a little guilty divulging this information, as if I’m betraying the whole rest of the spectrum, but I have to admit that I have a favorite color… yellow.

Sunshine Scarf

And not just any yellow, not baby yellow or lemon yellow or mustard yellow, but deep and bright and clear sunshine yellow, the kind of yellow that emits its own light and whistles its own carefree tune. When it comes to this kind of yellow, Alchemy is the master, hands down. Alchemy’s yellows are saturated and fresh, like pollen-soaked blossoms. Using them to make a scarf in August feels like the perfect way to bring the heat of summer into the upcoming crisp nights of autumn. While Madeline Tosh’s beautiful Tosh Merino Light serves as the soft, neutral ground, Alchemy’s Kozmos provides the entertainment, not only with its splash of intense color, but also with its play of texture: a little fuzzy, a bit shiny, and a lot gorgeous!

Materials 1 skein of Madeline Tosh’s Tosh Merino Light, 100% Superwash Merino Wool. Gauge. Knitting Pattern For A Cashmere Scarf For a Man. Knitsburgh: where steel meets wool. Chic Diagonal Stripe Scarf. Knitting Pattern THE LANCASTER SCARF Chunky by BoPeepsBonnets. Rippenschal - My Favourite Ribbed Scarf pattern by Margarete Dolff. The scarf may be knit in any suitable yarn to any length. Size of scarf shown is 15cm x 200cm, made of 4 skeins Nimbus no 413, 400m total. The pattern is charted for CO 40 sts and CO 60 sts. It is highly adaptable, originally meant for the men in my life. As it is doable on 40sts only, you can make one for children as well. Dec 2, 2014: One repetitive question is that about the “cross” term. So the one thing that might be unusual for beginning chart readers here is that the “cables” are done with knit sts and purl sts. So for a 2 over 2 to the right you put the next 2 sts ( 1 knit st and 1 purl st, if you want with the help of a cable needle) to the back, work the next 2 sts on the left needle as given (k1 p1) and then work those stitches from that cable needle.

For a 2 over 2 to the left you put the next 2 sts to the front, work 2 sts from left needle, then those that have been hold at the front of the work. Knitting Yarns: Garter Sideways Scarf. For those of you who love knitting scarves as much as I do, I had to do a blog on one of my favorite scarves to knit. A knitter told me once that a scarf knitted in garter stitch, done sideways, lays better than any other scarf.

(Thank you, Cassandra). So, I set about making this scarf to see if she was right. I like my scarves to be from 80” to 90” long, and about 9” to 10” wide. For the first scarf I tested, I used one of my favorite luxury yarns. I used five colors of the Road to China Light. Shellythacker. This scarf is so easy, I almost named it the Lazy Knitter. It’s just alternating bands of K1P1 ribbing and garter stitch, two of the most basic stitches in every knitter’s repertoire. Use them alone and they might put you to sleep – but when you use them together, they effortlessly create this wavy fabric with rippled edges.

Basket Weave scarf by Knitca - Craftsy. Basic Skills Necessary: Ribbie Taiyo Scarf pattern by Megan Delorme.