Recently the daughter of very close friends asked me to make a yellow scarf with a certain kind of ribbing for her. It took me a while to find a yellow I really liked. For the Scarf in the picture I used 2 skeins Cascade 220, 2415 Sunflower. The pattern is an easy knit, great for last minute presents and unisex. Materials: - approximately 405 yards of worsted weight yarn (includes the yarn for fringes) - Needles size US 8 (5 mm) - crochet hook any size for fringing - needle to sew in ends Finished Size:
- 67" (170 cm) long and 5.5" (14 cm) wide
K: Knit P: Purl Sl1: Slip one stitch as if to purl with the yarn in
the front. (If you continue with a knit stitch, bring yarn to back between the
needles before the knit stitch is worked.)
Cast on 35 stitches.
Row 1: Sl1, K1, P2, [K2, P2] repeat to the last 3 stitches, K3.
Repeat this row until scarf measures 67" (170 cm) or desired length.
Each end of the scarf has 10 fringes, which consist of 3 strands of yarn.
To cut them evenly sized, I wrapped the yarn around a CD cover and then cut them.
In case you don't know how to add them to the scarf with your crochet hook, I found this video: