You CAN – KNIT a ONE ROW SCARF.
If you know how to do only 2 stitches – KNIT & PURL– you can create this scarf.
I found this silky orange yarn in my stash. The bright orange color is stunning.
Winter arrived in Western Pennsylvania on January 10th
The landscape transformed from a rain-soaked grey day , to a carpeting of dazzling white sparkling snow. For many people, it is NOW KNITTING SEASON.
Perfect weather for beginning a knitting project.With the crazy-busy holidays behind me now, I can get out some gorgeous yarn and a pair of needles and begin to work on something fun.
FOR MY SCARF:
The pattern is a ONE ROW PATTERN.
I adapted this simple pattern a bit so I could do it.
You only need to know how to do 2 kinds of stitches – Knit and Purl.
NOTE: When you reach the end of the row, you will have 2 stitches left. Knit those 2 stitches, and turn to begin to make your next row.
If YOU made a scarf using this pattern, you can send me a photo and I will POST IT with this article.
Let’s see how many different “One Row Pattern Scarves” we can feature.
The FEATURED PHOTO is a scarf – made by Pennsylvania Author, Donna W. Hill.
Donna’s guide dog, “MO,” models Donna’s scarf in the snow – Photo: Copyright 2019. by Rich Hill.
Donna’s scarf looks fantastic and so does, MO. She added a four row ribbing pattern to the beginning and ending of the scarf. You can do this simply by doing a simple rib of K1, P1…
She chose Simply Soft “Iris” yarn and used size 9 needles.
Thank you, Donna, for sharing your scarf on Walking by Inner Vision.
More about Donna: https://en.gravatar.com/dewhill421
Another Resource for Blind and Visually Impaired Knitters or for those who need to learn non-visually –
Learn by LISTENING to INSTRUCTIONS
January 10, 2019; Revised January 31, 2019.
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