Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Mistake Rib Knit Scarf

I knit this scarf with a stitch called the mistake rib. I like how this stitch does lay flat and doesn't curl like the other knit 2-purl 2 rib scarf I made in black yarn recently that stilled curled even after blocking it. This is an easy stitch to knit. It's a multiple of 4+3. You just k2, p2 to the last 3 stitches and then knit 2, purl 1. Just repeat on every row and that's it. The scarf was knit extra wide and and the yarn is a sport weight so it took a long time to make because after hours of knitting, I only had knit about an inch or so. Not sure how many hours the entire scarf took, but I would knit 3-4 hours on it every night for a few weeks, while watching movies on dvd or Netflix.





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6 comments:

  1. Gorgeous. Looks so warm and comfy! It is really snowing here so I could use something like that now!

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  2. Very beautiful scarf Daryl! I finished one with a very thick wool, but I am not very pleased with it. I will post it one day... maybe.

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  3. Looks nice and warm. I think I have that sort of stiches pattern some where.

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  4. I just downloaded the pattern for a mistake stitch scarf the other day. I think it looks very warm, a necessity for the frigid weather we're experiencing right now!

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  5. Oh Daryl, this is another fabulous scarf and I really like how you knotted/tied the last photo:) Every time I see your knitting project, I just wish I could knit:) TFS
    Hugs,
    Norma

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  6. Oh that looks so warm and cozy. I could spend hours searching different shops for fabric with that to keep me warm LOL

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