Seed Stitch has always been one of my favorites! I love the "nubbly" texture and the fact that it is reversible and non-curling. Worked over an odd number of stitches, as in this pattern, every row is the same!
Working Seed Stitch with two colors creates an amazing effect -- a color pattern that looks much more complex than it is.
In addition to the pattern for the scarf as shown, this pattern also contains a step-by-step tutorial for designing the scarf to fit your own yarns and desired dimensions.
This scarf can be made in just about any yarn. As pictured, the gauge is 15 stitches = 5" in Seed Stitch
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I'm Marlene Sigel, a lifelong knitter and yarnaholic who loves texture and color and working with both!
I used to do quite a bit of design work for yarn companies and magazines, and have recently started designing again. I also love to teach and start new knitters on their knitting adventures!