Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Bicolour tweed stitch scarf

Hey, that's just what the stitch pattern was called in the book. 
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BiColour Tweed Stitch Scarf


By Eve Self


Using MC, CO 35


Row 1: using MC K1,  *sl 1 purlwise, K2; rep from * to last stitch  K1
Row 2: K
Row 3: using CC K1, *K2, sl 1 purlwise; rep from * to last stitch,  K1
Row 4: K


Repeat these 4 rows until scarf is desired length. BO using MC.

The only problem I had was when I moved on to my next project. After so many hundreds of repeats of slipping p-wise while making the scarf I found myself forgetting to actually make my purl stitches when I started something else! Oops...

1 comment:

Shelly said...

When you slip purlwise, do you carry your yarn in the front or in the back? Thanks in advance for your help.