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This soft and furry scarf is surely quite a comforter to wear around the house this Winter. It can be worn as a scarf, a shawl and a body wrap for a chilly day. The scarf body is knitted in chevron and feather stitches. It's easy enough for beginners and yet it look so elegance. I love the zigzag finished look on both edges of the scarf. This pattern could be great for making a table runner too, I think.
Big Chevron Scarf in Autumn Colors
By Ratchadawan Chambers
When buying yarn for this big chevron scarf, try choosing the yarn in a single color or two but definitely not three. The yarn should be smooth in texture so that the pattern can stand out better.
I bought this bulky yarn which I made this scarf a long time ago and I can't even find it now. It's made out of soft acrylic and has furry effect to it. It's so comfy and cozy that I also knitted a vest for my twin girls when they were a year old.
Skill level : Easy
Finish Measurement : 15 inches by 77 inches.
Gauge: 2.5-3 stitches/inch
-4 balls (approximately 400 g / 14 oz) of bulky yarn of your choice. Smooth texture yarn is preferable.
-16 inch circular knitting needle US size 13 or needle recommended for your selected yarn.
Cast on 53 stitches loosely.
Row 1: (right side) *k1, yf, k4, k2tog, sl 1, k1, psso, k4, yf; rep from * to last st, k1.
Row 2: Purl.
Follow these 2 rows until almost the end of the yarn of your last ball. Bind off all stitches loosely.
Weave and trim all excess yarn at each joining points.
Knitting Abbreviations for this pattern
k = knit.
p = purl.
sl = slip a stitch on to a working needle without knitting it.
psso = pass the slip stitch over stitch just knitted (if you're not sure how to do this go to Slip Knit Passover (SKP) for instruction.
Yf = bring working yarn forward into the front of work.
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