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Ribbon Scarf

by Linda

I've always wanted to try working with ribbon yarn. So when I found some in a nylon wool acrylic blend, I decided to go for it.

Ribbon yarn really enhances the stitch definition, and since I was making a scarf, I also wanted something thick and cushy and cozy. Luckily, I was quite happy with the first fancy stitch pattern I tried. :)

It does use a lot of yarn for the amount of fabric produced, but it's well worth it. I love my Ribbon Scarf!

[Ribbon Scarf closeup]

  1. Cast on 30 sts
  2. Row 1 - (yo, sl 1, k 1), rep to end of row, turn.
  3. Row 2 - (yo, sl 1, k 2 tog), rep to end of row, turn.
  4. Repeat Row 2 only til scarf is 40 inches / 100 cm long or desired length
  5. Cast off over 2 rows as follows:
    Row 1 - (Knit 1, k2tog) across.
    Row 2 - Cast off in knit in the usual way.
  6. Work in ends and you're finished.
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