Here is the pattern for my Mile-a-minute Scarf #2
Need a quick gift but don’t have the patience for long scarves?
This pattern makes a fancy reversible scarf in a short evening.
Use an Aran or Bulky weight yarn: About 50 g (75-100 yards) depending on what size scarf you would like to make, or double up your thinner yarns.
Needles: 8-12 mm (US 11-17). For the scarf shown I used 10 mm (US 15)
Gauge (not important): 12 sts = 10 cm (4 inches) on 8 mm (US 11) needles.
Use bigger needles than the yarn usually calls for.
Finished scarf: I used 45 g (77 yards) of Mirelle from SandnesGarn (45% wool, 55% Polyamid). The scarf is about 11 x 140 cm (~5 x 55 inches), and it's very stretchy in both width and length.
Skill level: Easy
Note: Adjust the stitch count to get a different size.
Cast on 9 stitches on needle 10 mm (US 15)
Row 1. k
Row 2. k1, (YO twice, k1) repeat between ( and ) to end of row.
Row 3. k1, (Drop the two YOs from last row, k1) repeat between ( and ) to end of row.
Row 4. k
Repeat these four rows until your scarf is at desired length. End by knitting row 4.
Cast off loosely.
Weave in all ends.
Block if you want to.
If you make this scarf please let me know! I would love to see what you have created.
**Free pattern for personal use only**
by turvid 2008
White scarf: 11 sts, needle: 12mm (US 17), double sports weight yarn.
Please contact me via email if you need further instructions: turvid at online dot no.
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