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Checkerboard Scarf

from Bee Happy Designs
(6) Name: 'Knitting : Checkerboard Scarf
Checkerboard Scarf
Checkerboard Scarf
Checkerboard Scarf

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knitting on a knitting board

Pattern Description:

This listing is for the Knitting Board PATTERN only and Not the finished item.

This is a Checkerboard scarf pattern made using a
RG (regular gauge) knitting board.

However, you can use any size knitting board. Only basic knitting board knowledge and skills are required.

You can make this scarf in about 4 - 5 hours, depending upon experience.

You will love making and wearing this beautiful scarf!

NOTE:
I've had many people ask me if my scarf patterns work with the Knifty Knitter boards and the answer is no. Why? Well the gauge is way too large and you can't get a tight enough stitch. You really need to use a regular gauge knitting board and there are many places that you can find them online. I prefer to use the scarf regular gauge boards as my patterns only use 7 pegs. They are sold using pegs or pins, my preference is pegs.
I suggest either the Mini Scarf loom or the Scarf loom at CinDWood Crafts here...
http://www.cindwoodcrafts.com/products-page/looms/shape/panel-looms/
Be sure to ask for either with 5/8 inch spacing.

Another option is the Martha Stewart loom kit which you can find at your local Michaels Arts and Crafts, Hobby Lobby, AC Moore and JoAnn Fabrics. You can use a coupon as well which makes this kit affordable. Then set the pieces up as knitting board and use the pink pegs in every other hole. You can find a preview video here...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GisJh98Z56k

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 60" long

Materials:

  • bulky

You Will Also Need:

  • regular gauge knitting board
pdf Digital Download

$3.99

Beginner
Knitting
Outerwear
Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized
Neckwear
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About the designer

I have always had a love for anything crafty!
I learned to crochet as a teenager, but had only made afghans. Then in 2006 I wanted to crochet my daughter the Lilliana shrug. Suddenly I understood ...

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