Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Bump and Run - New Complimentary Mosaic Scarf Pattern

Easy, quick, unisex - the Bump and Run Scarf Pattern is a great first knitting project, or relaxing project for more experienced knitters.  Choose two colors (solids, tonals, or go wild with a variegated or two) and jump in.


You can make a 6' long scarf using about 220 yards of ecah color.  You'll need a little more yarn if you want to add fringe.


 Hope you give it a try.

6 comments:

  1. Thank very much for such beautiful pattern. I will try it in the next few days.

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  2. Thank you! This is very beautiful. I can't wait to try it.

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  3. Interesting pattern. I will try it ;).

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  4. Just cast on with Joann's Big Twist in Deep Red and Medium Gray (i.e. Scarlet and Gray....Go Bucks!!). My first attempt at mosaic knitting, besides swatches. I'm so excited to try this I've even forgiven the blue and gold colors from That School Up North. ;-) Thanks for the pretty pattern!

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  5. I'm a little confused about the i-cord edge. When you slip the last 3 stitches wyif and you turn your work, do you then knit the first three stitches that you just slipped when they were the at the end of the work?

    I'm having a little trouble because I cannot visualize what those slipped stitches are supposed to look like on my needle when I turn my work. Thanks for any information.

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  6. Yes, knit them. It will create a little tube on the end of your scarf. Although it is knit on the wrong side, the "tube" will wrap around the edge of the scarf, creating a smooth edge.

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