Ruffles pattern

Wheee! Back from some time away, down at the coast. And what a marvellous time we had, too: a lovely wedding in a country setting, a splendid walk along the wild and woolly coastline, and fish and chips down at the Geelong foreshore (how fancy are those bollards!). But enough gadding about - here's the pattern for Ruffles!


Materials:
1 ball Rowan Kidsilk Haze (this makes for a short 'neck' scarf, but feel free to use another ball for a longer version)
1 pair size 3mm needles
1 pair size 7mm needles

Stitches:
Stocking stitch (knit one row, purl next row)

Method:

Cast on 42 stitches using 7mm needles.

Knit stocking stitch for 10 rows, beginning with a knit row.

Row 11: Using the 3mm needles, K1, *k2 tog*, repeat * until one stitch remaining, knit last stitch. There should be 22 stitches.

Rows 12 - 16: Continue in stocking stitch, changing over to the 7mm needle on row 16.

Row 17: *K1, M1*, repeat until one stitch remaining, knit last stitch. There should be 42 stitches.

Row 18: Purl.

Repeat rows 1 - 18 until all the yarn is used, or the scarf is at your preferred length. Cast off loosely.

So there you have it. Now, I have one request - if anybody makes their own Ruffles, please please PLEASE send a pic so I can swoon in joy. Ta!

(Please note that this pattern is copyrighted to the author, and cannot be republished or distributed without prior consent.)

shannon  – (1:00 pm)  

Welcome back! we are off down the coast this week also....no Im not stalking you!

jorth  – (1:03 pm)  

Have fun! Oh - did you get yourself a red beanie?

Nik  – (7:21 am)  

this is totally cute...i like patterns that are interesting, yet require little effort.

shellyC  – (7:13 pm)  

Lovely....yes..I think I WILL have a go at this scarf.....it looks lovely...will let you know when i start.

--erica  – (12:19 pm)  

welcome home! You've been missed!!!

Joanne –   – (4:10 pm)  

Thanks for the scarf pattern. Looks like fun to wear and fun to knit. Looks like rows 1-10 are stockinette, but your instructions say to knit every row. Could you let me know which is correct? Thank you a lot..............

Joanne –   – (4:50 pm)  

Love your scarf! Looks like fun to wear and fun to make. Looks like rows 1-10 are stockinette, but your instructions say to knit every row, or garter stitch. HELP! Thanks.....

jorth  – (7:46 am)  

D'oh! Sorry, Joanne. It is stocking stitch - I've made the correction to the pattern now.

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