Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Free Pattern: Snow Scarf



In contrast to the pattern I posted last week, this one is for a scarf that is huge, super warm, and easy to completely wrap your neck/face in (thanks in part to some seriously awesome yarn). 

This a modified version of the infinity scarf I made last winter (read about it here). I decided to undo the seaming an make it a more traditional scarf. 

Pattern: Snow Scarf

Materials:


Pattern:

  • Cast on 17 stitches
  • Row 1: *K1, P1, repeat from *, end K1
  • Row 2:  *P1, K1, repeat from *, end P1
  • Repeat Rows 1 and 2 until piece measures 60 inches from cast on edge
  • Bind off loosely, weave in ends





I may retroactively add some tassels.
Stay warm!


6 comments:

  1. Am I missing something? The picture of the scarf looks like stockinette stitch but the pattern isn't stockinette stitch. Could you clarify? Thanks.

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    1. Hi Mary,

      Because the yarn is so fluffy, you can't really see the purls between the knits. I promise it's a 1x1 rib :)

      Jenny

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  2. You have to have an even number to repeat row one, or start with a purl on the even rows if you have an odd number of stitches...unless I am going crazy. I cast on 17, and have started the even rows with purl one.

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    1. Hi Melissa -- you're exactly right! I'll adjust the pattern

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    2. HI. I just got some of the Mega Tweed so found your pattern. I too note the wrong number of stitches. but you haven't changed the pattern yet. Just saying...

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    3. Hi Janine. I have changed the pattern. Instead of altering the number of cast on stitches, I altered the instructions. That way the width remains the same.

      Though feel free to cast on 18 and just K1, P1 each row.

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