This unusual looking scarf takes approximately one hour to make. Perfect for whipping up an evening, or in a long queue! Requirements: One set of 15mm straight needles 50g Adriafil EtaBeta, or Stylecraft Swift Knit.
This unusual looking scarf takes approximately one hour to make. Perfect for whipping up an evening, or in a long queue!
One set of 15mm straight needles
Loop st: Insert needle into stitch knitwise, wrap yarn around needle twice. Pull yarn through, and leave both loops on right needle. Slide stitch off left needle.
Using 15mm knitting needles, cast on 5 sts.
Row 1: Loop st across all 5 sts.
Row 2: K all sts, treating each loop wrap as 1 stitch.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until the scarf is the length
required, or you have 30 cm of yarn remaining.
Cast off loosely.
Making up: Wrap scarf around neck, and pull
through a central loop near end of scarf to secure.
We’ve knotted the ends of our scarf just to give it a little extra weight at the ends!
This pattern can be adapted to any yarn. Our
recommendation is to use needles larger
than the yarn indicates and that the yarn should
have some variation in it. The number of stitches
can also be altered till you get the width you need, although wider scarves will use more yarn!