Friday, November 4, 2016

Triangle Scarf Pattern


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Triangle Scarf

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For video tutorial on how to knit this scarf click

This pattern consists mainly of two rows (2 and 3), you will increase on every other row.
Material:
-          200 gr (440 yds./400 meters) of 100% Undyed Baby Alpaca.
-          US #7 Needles
-          One stitch marker
Abbreviations:
K= knit
P= Purl
Sts= stitch/es
Kfb: knit front and back.
Pfb: purl front and back

Bubble Stitch:
Knit the stitch front and back twice and knit it one las time. Now you will have 5 stitches on the right needle, turn your work and purl all 5 sts, turn your work again and knit all 5 sts, then cast off 4 sts.

Cast on 10 stitches.
Set up Row (WS): k2, p3, place marker for center, p3, k2.
Row 1 (RS; Inc): k2, kfb twice, k1, slip marker, kfb twice, k3 (4 increased)
Row 2 (WS): k2, purl to last 2 sts, slipping center marker, k2.
Row 3 (Inc): k2, kfb, knit to 2 sts before the marker, kfb, k1, slip marker, kfb, kint to 4 sts before end, kfb, k3.
Row 4: Repeat row 2.
Repeat: rows 3 and 4, for a total of 22 rows
Next row: Repeat row 3
Texture rows: Staring on the wrong side, knit across the entire row. Following row, p2, pfb, purl to 2sts before the marker, pfb,p1, slip marker, pfb, purl to 2sts before the end, pfb, p3.
Repeat: row 2
Repeat: rows 3 and 4, for a total of 16 rows.
Next row: Repeat row 3
Repeat: Texture rows
{Repeat: row 2
Repeat: rows 3 and 4, for a total of 8 rows.
Bubble Row (RS): Count the amount of stitches on the first half of the scarf (do not include first 2 and the one before the marker) and divide by 4. If you have 60 (60/4=15).Then K2, kfb, *k14, make a bubble, k15, make a bubble, k15, make a bubble, k13, kfb*, k1, slip marker, kfb, repeat from *to*, k3.
Repeat: rows 3 and 4, for a total of 8 rows. }
Repeat: Texture rows
Repeat: row 2
Repeat: rows 3 and 4, for a total of 21 rows.
Next row: Repeat row 3
Repeat: Texture rows
Repeat: Bracket section. Then repeat row 2.

Border Garter Stitch (WS)
First row: Knit across
Second row: Repeat row 3.
Repeat rows first and second for a total of 15 rows.


Cast off.

4 comments:

  1. This looks gorgeous! What was the weight of the yarn you used? Thanks.

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  2. I sure love this pattern going to give it a try !!!!!!!

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