So I sometimes start a project, get bored, and then throw it back in the knitting basket to revisit later. This scarf I actually started knitting last winter, but never had the motivation to finish. This is how far I made it a year ago:
Luckily when I picked this up again a few weeks ago, it was easy to recognize the pattern I was following:
Cast on an even number of stitches (I think I did somewhere around 40?)
Row 1: K3,*K1, P1; repeat from * across, knit last 3 stitches
Continue the Row 1 pattern until the scarf is the desired length:
Then I twisted the scarf one time and used an embroidery needle to stitch the two ends together:
And the final product:
I love the seed stitch (K1, P1) because it’s super simple, but still gives the final product a nice texture:
I’m also obsessed with the colors in this yarn!
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Can you make me one sock?
Maybe a matching hat? I’ve recently been trying my hand at knitting, so I’m definitely going to give this a try. Your scarf is really pretty!
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newborn hats, or small animal photoprops lol
Also, what is up with the framed dog pic hahaha?!!
You don’t have any dignified dog portraits in your home?