Wednesday, September 26, 2012
New Pattern: Succession Scarf
The Succession Scarf is a quick and easy one skein project that makes the perfect accent to any outfit. The circles of the pattern make it interesting for both solid and multicolored colorways and the I-cord edging is knit on as the pattern is knit so there are no picking up stitches and it’s an updated edging to the traditional garter stitch scarf edge.
This project is great for a beginner knitter looking to expand beyond knits and purls and it is also the perfect pattern to show off a skein of hand spun yarn.
CO- cast on
RS- right side
WS- wrong side
BO- Bind Off
P4TOG- purl 4 together
WYIF- With Yarn in Front
KFBFB- Knit into the front and the back of the stitch 2 times- turning 1 st into 4.
1 pair US #8/5mm straight needles
Handmaiden Fine Yarn Isilk [57% silk, 43% wool; 142yd/130m per 50g skein]; color: Tourmaline
20 sts/= 4" in stockinette stitch
CO 10 sts using long-tail cast on.
Row 1 (RS): K3, P2, K1, P2, SL3 WYIF
Row 2 (WS): K5, P1, K2, SL3 WYIF
Row 3: K3, P2, KFBFB, P2, SL3 WYIF= 13 sts
Row 4: K5, P4, K2, SL3 WYIF
Row 5: K3, P2, K4 P2, SL3 WYIF
Rows 6-7: Repeat Rows 4-5
Row 8: K5, P4TOG, K2, SL3 WYIF= 10 sts
Rows 9-12: Repeat Rows 1-2
Row 13: K3, P2, KFBFB, P2, SL3 WYIF= 13 sts
Row 14: K5, P4, K2, SL3 WYIF
Row 15: K3, P2, K4 P2, SL3 WYIF
Rows 16-19: Repeat Rows 4-5
Row 20: K5, P4TOG, K2, SL3 WYIF= 10 sts
Rows 21-22: Repeat Rows 1-2.
Repeat Rows 1-22 until you run out of yarn or your scarf reached your desired length.
Weave in all ends.
Block by soaking in warm water for 15 minutes. Squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry, stretching the circles out widthwise to open them up and make them more visible.