Monday, February 28, 2011

Super Scarves Pattern - Zig to Zag

 Two posts in one day - unheard of!

I just wanted to post that the Zig to Zag Scarf pattern is now available in the Complimentary pattern section on the right hand side of the blog.


This is another slip stitch pattern - again, they look complex, but once you get into the rhythm, they are oh so easy. 

This one is reversible as well, and the zig zags carry through to the edges of the scarf, which you can make more or less pronounced during blocking - knitters choice. 

This fabric is a bit dense, so I went up a needle size from what I normally use to achieve a bit more drape.  I think this stitch pattern would work up well into a hat. 

Enjoy and as always, comments or questions are welcome.

5 comments:

  1. That scarf is soooo Beautiful!
    Visions of university types wearing it in their school colours are filling my head.
    (I've attended three different unis; my nieces and nephews another three.)

    Janey
    janeyknitting (AT) yahoo (DOT) ca

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  2. Thanks Janey, and I agree - I've had team colors in the back of my mind with all these super scarf patterns. I also think these would look great with a luxury variegated yarn, maybe one with long repeats) and a neutral.

    And they really are mindless once you've done a few rows to establish the pattern.

    Would love to see pictures of your versions!

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