Multidirectional Diagonal Scarf

Multidirectional Diagonal Scarf. 😀 but alas, a scarf can only be so long… (this one ended up pretty long, hehe…) Knit in garter stitch and short rows that shape the triangles this is perfect for showcasing variegated or sock yarns.

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Cth super sport, old rose, 1 skein needles: Multidirectional diagonal dishcloth designed by lotzastitches directions first triangle: Pictured projects by godzilla and iknit4joy.

I Know That Once I Get One Triangle Done I Could Figure Out How Many Stitches There Were And Just Add Them Together, But I Like Being Able.

This was a fairly enjoyable scarf to knit, the changing. Fun way to work a simple striped scarf.zauberballs are colorways: It’s made in sections that meet obliquely at perpendicular angles.

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By Susi On May 30, 2014 With 9 Comments In Knitting, Needlecraft.

This was made using this pattern and two skeins of boku yarn by plymouth in color #2. Get the free knitting pattern; (or as wide as you would like, finishing with an even number of stitches.) first half of second triangle:

Instead, I Knit Back Up The Row And Then Started The Short Rows, Which Made The Scarf Take A Left Turn And Start To Resemble A Potholder.

So i thought that i could do that particular color change with the same pattern as yesterday. That noro is really great to play with. About press copyright contact us creators advertise developers terms privacy policy & safety how youtube works test new features press copyright contact us creators.

There Are Some Notes About The Pattern That I.

Unblocked scarf is 5 wide at 36 sts across leg of triangle. It is a great pattern for a beginner because it does not involve the purl stitch, only the knit stitch. By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies by flickr and our partners as described in our cookie policy.

Multi Directional Diagonal Scarf Yarn:

May 18, 2007 at 3:07 pm 1 comment. Used pattern modification (at bottom of pattern in linked page) to make the ends of the scarf symmetrical; It is an adaptation of the multidirectional scarf pattern.