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Chunky Knit Lab Lacy Keyhole Scarf

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Knit Lab: Projects, Patterns & Techniques taught by Stefanie Japel

These essential lessons for new knitters teach you fundamental skills and about basic supplies through step-by-step instruction from designer Stefanie Japel.

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Bulky (12 ply)
Style Funky
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What needles did you use? US 10 / 6.0 mm / UK 4

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What materials did you use? I used "I Love This Chunky" super soft bulky yarn. 100% Acrylic. The color is "Tiger Eyes". I wasn't sure what type of yarn to use initially for this project.

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Here is my first project for the Knit Lab class. I experienced a few issues with this project. One was that I miscounted on the first half of the project and so my lacy side without keyhole is much larger than the other side. I don't this is a terrible problem since they are meant to go together. I think the yarn that I chose for this project was a bit too bulky to really showcase my lace stitches... but they certainly aren't too bad. I like the way the first keyhole turned out. I plan to use it again on a simple scarf I am making for my son so that it stays around his neck while he is skateboarding so awesome lesson. I am sure the next one will turn out much better. I too experienced a few issues with the sides of my scarf looking more lumpy. Again... not bad for a first effort. I was amazed at the difference the steam blocking made. Of course the larger side was simply not going to lay flat as it was a bit big... but it looks much better and the smaller side lays flat.

11/12/2013 Flag

I am enjoying learning very much. This is all an effort to make my own socks and fingerless gloves. I am anxious to learn as much as I can in both classes. I am a quilt pattern designer but not a knitter. I am trying to change that. Knitting makes such a wonderful portable project.

11/12/2013 Flag

That is so cute!

11/14/2013 Flag