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Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie
Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie
Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie
Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie
Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie
Pine Trees and Cones Scarf or Scoodie

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Besides knit and purl, stitches include: yo, k2tog, sl1 k psso, and other lace knitting term, all of which are explained in the stitches and abbreviations section of the pattern
  • This pattern is worked in two halves and woven together using the Kitchener stitch. There are some great videos on u-tube that can show you how to make this stitch if you don??3/4t know how to make it.

Pattern Description:

I love Pine trees and pine cones and made this scarf to commemorate that love. This scarf is warm a will protect your head against harsh weather just as pine trees protect the animals huddled in their branches against the same.

The pattern has both written instructions and charts to follow. Contact information is on pattern if you have any problems, feedback or just want to show me how beautiful it looks.

I love the how the stitches on the pine tree forms the beautiful texture of the trunk.

I have matching Pine Tree and Cone Fingerless Gloves on Craftsy also.

Gauge:

9 stockinette stitches = 2 inches (5 cm),
14 stockinette rows = 2 inches (5 cm)

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 10 1/2 inches (27 cm) wide by 80 inches (203 cm) long

Materials:

  • Misti Alpaca Suri Silk Hunter Green (80% baby Suri Alpaca/20% silk) 4 skeins or other DK Weight Yarn (436 Yards)

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 pair size 5 US (3.75mm) sharp pointed knitting needles
  • Tapestry needle for finishing scoodie.


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Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Neckwear
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My mother taught me to make a chain stitch when I was in elementary school. I was hooked. Now, I enjoy making knit and crochet patterns that I love for others to learn these wonderful arts.

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