Gwen Bortner (@EntrelacQueen) teaches knitting techniques at workshops and conferences across the country. She's been published in Knitter's Magazine, Creative Knitting and lots of other places. You ...
Gwen Bortner (@EntrelacQueen) teaches knitting techniques at workshops and conferences across the country. She's been published in Knitter's Magazine, Creative Knitting and lots of other places. You can find Gwen's patterns, books, classes and thoughts on life on her website, Knitability, and her blog, The Same Stitch. When she's not on the road, she lives with her husband, Arlis, in Le Grand, Calif., in a farmhouse built in 1902 by her great-grandfather.View all patterns by designer (15) »
This pattern began as a challenge from my pastor during his sermon to take a $1 (he was giving them to everyone) and "do good". So I decided to invest the $1 in Ravelry advertising for a fast, fun, fabulous scarf pattern donating all the proceeds to a non-profit organization. Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, I decided we would start there. As my mind moved to pink ribbons, a design popped into my head which is rather unusual for me and my design process.
The following week at Stitches East, I tried out the concept. It worked! It was fast and fun to knit and the finished "fabric" was very interesting. As I shared my story with various friends, more and more people got on board with the idea. So far over $125 has been donated, I hope you will want to be apart of this opportunity to "do good".
16 sts and 24 rows = 10 cm (4") in Stockinette
125 yards of Worsted weight