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Petals Knitted Scarf


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The undulating Petals scarf was named for the way it frames the face when worn. I get lots of questions from people when I wear this, about how it's made and what the shape is. It looks really elegant with a dressy coat and yet can be sporty with a short jacket. It's the perfect all-occasion scarf. It is very easy to make: there's an extremely simple little secret in creating the wave-shaped fabric. This challenge is well within the skills of a beginner, and will also be enjoyed by more experienced knitters. And there's an extra added bonus: it requires only about 100 yards of yarn. For many yarns, this means you can get an entire finished project out of just one ball. There are so many gorgeous new multi-color yarns available these days that it can be hard to commit to just one color for a project. You won't have that problem with this scarf! In fact, this is a great way to make gifts. You get the pleasure of trying out beautiful yarns without the problem of "what do I do with 35 scarves??" BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Knit 2 stitches together Yarn over to create a hole Purl 2 stitches together GAUGE Use the gauge provided on the yarn label. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4.5-5 inches wide X 53-60 inches long SUGGESTED YARN 100 yards of Bulky weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Any chunky yarn, or Noro Hitsuji or any bulky yarn

Supplies Needed

  • About 100 yards of bulky yarn, or up to 200 yards of chunky weight yarn
  • Straight knitting needles
  • Tapestry needle

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I've been knitting for (OMG!) over 50 years. But wait: I started when I was about 4 so that's not so bad! I love things that look hard to make but are actually really easy, and I very much enjoy the challenge of off-the-wall construction techniques. I had my own mail order knitting kit business for a while, and I was President and co-founder of the Knitting Guild of Canada. I am also a Master Knitter as accredited by TKGA and I was the creator and evaluator of the Canadian Master Knitter program run by TKGC. So, let's get knitting!