Siris Pattern


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Knitting: Siris
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • The pattern will teach you how to increase and decrease, how to pick up stitches and how to work an attached i-cord

Pattern Description:

This design especially goes to all the matheknitticians out there (I am borrowing that expression from the famous Woolhelmina from Wolly Thoughts on Ravelry) who always have wanted to knit the geometric series. Knitting itself requires no math, so everyone else: you can sigh in relief now! :)

The scarf is worked in garter stitch and uses the modular knitting technique; for each triangle the stitches of the previous are picked up. No sewing needed!

An detailed illustrated appendix explains all techniques used, including picking up stitches and attached I-cord. You might want to check the document before you decide if you are going to print the appendix as well, just to safe some ink.

Have fun with your Siris!


28 sts and 28 ridges = 4 inches/10 cm
Worked in garter stitch, where 1 ridge = 2 rows.


  • Fingering weight yarn
  • Main colour: 272 yds/340 m
  • Contrasting colour 1: 260 yds/238 m
  • Contrasting colour 2: 37 yd/34 m

You Will Also Need:

  • crochet hook#B-1/2 mm
  • 2 safety pins
  • removable markers, stitch holders or waste yarn

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Lang Yarns, baby alpaca


black, red and blue

About Designer

About Designer

janukke on

My name is Jana Huck. I live in Luebeck, Germany. I started knitting when I searched for something that I still could do while being sick and it has become a passion. I almost started designing right from the beginning as I had no patience for following directions. I always need a challenge when I knit. I love to have an idea and to think: Yes, this would be nice but it is impossible to do. Then ...

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