You’ll need: 4 skeins of Lana Gato Feeling yarn (approximately 600 yards of a DK weight yarn – depending on the length desired); Knitting needles 4mm. Size: 7” wide x 71” long. Stitches control: 5,5 sts = 1 inch. Instructions Cast on 55, k1 p1 for 9 rows, then start working chart. Slip the first and last stitch (as to purl) of every right side row to create a neat selvage edge (optional). Work chart until 70” long or desired length. Work 8 rows in k1 p1 rib, bind off in rib pattern.
Knitting needles 4 (in 2 threads) Yarn: “Gazzal Baby wool” (40% merino wool, 20% cashmere, 40% polyacryl), code 813 (light-blue). Thread length: 175m, 50 grs, you'll need about 2,5 skeins. This yarn is very cozy, warm and light as a feather. Size: 1,5m / 30cm, quite long, brioche 1/1, knit loosely. You can put any decorations you like, but I prefer it without them.
MATERIALS Easy Mistake Stitch Scarf | Purl Soho 5 skeins 12 ply cashmere. For this scarf I used Jade Sapphire’s amazing 12-ply Cashmere in color “Green Tea”. If you’d like to explore other yarns for this project, check out our collection of chunky yarns, you will need 300 yards total to complete the scarf. US size 11 needles (or size required to get gauge) GAUGE 4.5 stitches per inch in rib pattern, slightly stretched FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 48-inches long by approximately 8-inches wide ...
Supplies 3 x balls of yarn (100gr ball, 140 meters/ 150 yards) Knitting needles (5mm/US8) Wide-eyed needle Scissors Knitting gauge / tension swatch 18 sts / 24 rows on 5mm (US8) for a 4″ square. Pattern Cast on 36 stitches. K9, P9, K9, P9. Repeat step 2 for 14 more rows. P9, K9, P9, K9. Repeat step 4 for 14 more rows. Repeat steps 2-5 until you are happy with the length of your scarf. Weave in loose ends with a wide-eye needle and tie off.
You will need: 3.5 mm needles (I’m using wooden 16” circular needles per my point above) 200g of sport weight yarn (approximately 400 yards) Tapestry needle for weaving in ends 4 stitch markers (Optional. The knitting will be very easy to read.) Cable needle (Optional. I cabled without a needle for this project, here’s a great tutorial) Gauge: It’s a scarf. Live a little. Note: Work the ‘Slip 1’ instructions at the beginning of each row as follows: Slip one as if to purl...