I am knitaholic, knitter and knitwear designer, mother of three boys. I have designed a couple of years now. Including my self published line, my designs have been published in Knitty (webzine) and ...
I am knitaholic, knitter and knitwear designer, mother of three boys. I have designed a couple of years now. Including my self published line, my designs have been published in Knitty (webzine) and Knitscene (magazine) and in Finnish webzines and magazines.
I love knitting, you can always learn and invent something new! I love designing cardigans, they are my favorites. In addition, I design accessories and sometimes for kids too.
You can always ask pattern support via email! My patterns are test knitted and all techniques used well explained and I have made some photo-tutorials on my blog to help knitters with some technques. My patterns include links to those photo-tutorials.
With this relatively easy but interesting stitch pattern you will have chunky warm scarf.
Length 60/150 cm
By adjusting needle size and with different yarn you will get different size alterations. Measure the scarf while you go, make sure that it goes twice around your neck.
30 sts and 32 rows = 4 10 cm with slip st pattern.
The exact gauge is not important in this pattern. More important is that you will work the length that you want. You can alter the width of the scarf by casting on less/more sts.
Schachenmayr Nomotta Extra Merino BIG (100 % Merino Wool), approx 8 skeins (50 g, 87/80m per skein)
Viking of Norway Eco-Alpaca (100% Alpaca) approx.: 6 skeins (100 g, 137yds/125m per skein).
any approx. 700yds/640 m of other yarn to achieve the correct gauge.
US 10 (6 mm) circular needle and 2 dpns.
Tapestry needle, Stitch marker, buttons if you want.
30 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches in reversibile slip st pattern
890 yards of Bulky weight