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Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash

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Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • 3-Needle Bind-Off (Site showing this skill is included)
  • Yarn over
  • Slip, slip, knit
  • Knit two together
  • Knit right loop (Site showing this skill is included)

Pattern Description:

This is a lovely sash, which may be worn around the neck, as an elegant and sumptuous accessory, or as a stylish hairband!
It features a dainty scallop pattern, on sides and one end, and a lovely bell pattern on the other!

This is an intermediate project, with a few fun challenges, for those looking for something a little interesting, but not too difficult! Video tutors included.

I also offer a kit, with the apricot yarn shown (which has been discontinued, but I have a small stash!). Let me know if you are interested!
The plum scarf is made with a fine sock yarn, and, as you can see, the scarf looks just as lovely, in a wool blend!

Gauge:

Guage: 7 Stitches Per Inch on Size 4 (3.5 mm) Needles, in Stockinette Stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size (about 32" long, by about 2 1/2" wide, in the center)

Materials:

  • 1 Skein, 50 gms., of 70% viscose, 30% silk yarn, in apricot, or other similar fingering weight yarn ( a fine sock yarn is great, too!)

You Will Also Need:

  • 3) Size 4 Needles, preferably not bamboo, as it tends to snag silk yarn, if not brand new (extra is for doing 3-needle bind-off)
  • Needle, for weaving in ends and sewing on buttons
  • (4) 7/16" Vintage Buttons
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$4.00

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