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Coraline's Summer Crush Scarf. Free Pattern: One Row Lace Scarf. Here is the pattern for my One Row (reversible) Lace Scarf: This pattern makes a beautiful reversible lace scarf that can be knitted in all kinds of different yarns.

Free Pattern: One Row Lace Scarf

An opportunity to use that fingering weight wool, soft alpaca, perhaps some of your sock yarn, sport weight yarn or worsted weight, I've even used a fuzzy yarn (Pep) for this scarf. Materials: I used 45 g (~175 yards) of a superfine alpaca yarn. The scarf is about 13 x 150 cm (~5 x 60 inches) unblocked, and it's very stretchy in both width and length. Needles: 6 mm (US 10). Use bigger needles than the yarn usually calls for. Gauge (not important): 8 sts = 5 cm (2 inches) in pattern. Skill level: Easy(/Intermediate) Note: This will make an (unblocked) width of about 13 cm (about 5 inches). K= knitK2tog= knit 2 stitches togetherYO= Yarn overSts= stitches Pattern: Cast on 24 sts (or any number of stiches dividable with 4).

Knit 2 rows Knit pattern row: K4, (YO, K2tog, K2) repeat between ( ) 5 times. Knit 1 row. Cast off loosely. The_Beacon_Scarf_-_Piece_Project_Pattern. 50 Must Try Simple Knitting Patterns - The Knit Wit by Shair. Simply Ribbed Scarf by knitchicgrace - Craftsy. 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! It is undeniably wonderful. After making one for myself, I was hooked on herringbone. It creates a flat, woven-like fabric on one side while remaining quite lofty and full on the other. It has a fascinating texture with a hypnotizing rhythm, and its drape is just beautiful. My scarf counterpart to Whitney’s cowl showcases a mini-herringbone pattern, bordered by slip stitch rib edges. Materials 2 skeins of Swan’s Island’s Worsted. Gauge 7 1/2 stitches = 1 inch in stitch pattern Size 7 1/2 inches wide by 62 inches long Notes All slipped stitches are to be slipped purl-wise. The Mini Herringbone Stitch is always worked over an odd number of stitches. Mini Herringbone Stitch Pattern Cast on 55 stitches.

Bind off in pattern with RS facing. Weave in your ends and block if desired. Reversible Cabled Brioche Stitch Scarf. Reversible Cabled Brioche Stitch Scarf Originally uploaded by fireflowerknits This is something I came up with from a passion for reversible scarves and a copy of Gisela Klopper’s Beautiful Knitting Patterns.

Reversible Cabled Brioche Stitch Scarf

It is a super-thick, soft, cushy scarf. It looks beautiful on both sides and is lots of fun to knit once you get the hang of it. Remember that you are only cabling every 12 rows, so the rest of it is just ordinary brioche stitch. Reversible Cabled Brioche Stitch Scarf Finished Dimensions: 5″ x 56″ (5 skeins would allow you to knit a 70″ long scarf) 4 skeins Knit Picks Andean Silk Hollyberry or about 360 yards of a soft worsted weight yarn size 7 needles cable needle This is an intermediate pattern. Edited to add: Slip all stitches purlwise with yarn held in front throughout.

When cabling on row 11 and 23, 2 of the 6 stitches you slip onto the cable needle will be yarn-overs from the previous row. CO 26 sts Set-up row: K1, *sl 1, yo, k1; repeat from * to last stitch, k1. Crochet Ribbed Scarf. It’s like knitting, only better! « JennOzkan. December 1, 2010 by admin Knitted scarves are beautifully and soft, but they take FOREVER to make (to a crocheter anyway) Crochet scarves are often kinda ugly and kinda stiff; crochet is more dense than knitting, and doesnt have the nice soft drape.

Crochet Ribbed Scarf. It’s like knitting, only better! « JennOzkan

That is, Until now! I experimented with a lot of stitches to find one that would LOOK nice (on BOTH sides of the piece, who wants a one-sided scarf?) , would FEEL nice (not too dense, and with smooth stitches that glide across skin as knitting does), AND that wouldn’t take too long to make. There were a few stitches that fit one or two of those categories; there is a single crochet ribbing technique that has a nice look and feel, but single crocheting an entire scarf takes awhile. What I finally settled on is this beautiful variation of a half double crochet stitch. What this half double crochet variation does is allow the top of the crochet stitch, which looks like a line of knitting, to appear on the work: