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A simple Scarf October 15, 2008

Filed under: design,homespun,knitting,pattern,ruffle,scarf — jeanius80 @ 5:20 am

Ruffles, ruffles every where! Perfect for the girly-girl in your life! Or you 😉

I knit this for my niece and she loves it…

Ruffle Scarf
by Jeanie Stave

Scarf is worked Length wise. You can substitute any bulky yarn, or knit with two strands of worsted at the same time. You want your stitches to be more loose than normal, to give your scarf a nice drape! If you are normally a tight knitter, go up a size, and if you are a loose kitter, you should be ok.

Skills needed: Knit, Purl, Yarn-overs (yo), casting on and binding off

materials:
Homespun Yarn (or other bulky weight yearn)
10.5 circular needle, 40″ (cm)

Directions:

Adult Size
Cast on 131 using Long Tail method.
Row 1- Purl
Row 2- Knit
Row 3- Purl
Row 4- Knit 1, *(yo, Knit 1)*
Row 5- Purl
Row 6- Knit
Row 7- Purl
Row 8- Knit 1, *(yo, Knit 1)*
Row 9- Purl
Row 10- Knit
Row 11- Purl
Row 12- Bind off loosely

Child Size
Cast on 101 using Long Tail method.
Row 1- Purl
Row 2- Knit
Row 3- Purl
Row 4- Knit 1, *(yo, Knit 1)*
Row 5- Purl
Row 6- Knit
Row 7- Purl
Row 8- Knit 1, *(yo, Knit 1)*
Row 9- Purl
Row 10- Knit
Row 11- Purl
Row 12- Bind off loosely

(c) 2008, Jeanie Stave.
Permission to knit as many as you like, but please do not sell any scarves made from this pattern. Making copies is ok!

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One Response to “A simple Scarf”

  1. Bethysmama Says:

    How Fun I love ruffles. I have always done mine my decreasing another fun thing to do with ruffles would be to do layers of ruffles and knit the layers together I am having fun with that!


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