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such a cute pattern!!
This was the first scarf I started in my knitting venture. I used size 8 needles and two skeins of baby yarn in soft pink and soft green, which are Kelsy appropriate colors... trust me if you know a Kelsy... well i take that back there's only one Kelsy... ever. :o)

Posted by Miss Piggy Snout from Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States • Published See Miss Piggy Snout's 18 projects »
  • How to make a scarf. The Kelsy Super Fun Scarf - Step 1
    Step 1

    The pattern for this scarf goes as follows...

    Green Yarn = Color A
    Pink Yarn = Color B

    Cast On 24 Stitches
    Work Twin Rib pattern as follows

    :Row 1: With A Knit 3 Purl 3
    :Row 2: Knit 1 Purl 1
    :Row 3: Knit 3 Purl 3

    :Row 4: Introduce B (either by tying it it or weaving) and Knit 1 Purl 1
    :Row 5: Knit 3 Purl 3

    :Row 6: Switch to A and Knit 1 Purl 1
    :Row 7: Knit 3 Purl 3
    :Row 8: Knit 1 Purl 1
    :Row 9: Knit 3 Purl 3

    :Row 10: With B Knit 1 Purl 1
    :Row 11: Knit 3 Purl 3

    Repeat Rows 6 through 11 until you reach your desired length and bind off.

    The nice thing about this pattern is normally when you're alternating between two or more colors there is a right side and a wrong side, and this doesn't have one! The wrong side is the back of the pattern that kinda looks a little odd and sometimes can take away from the look of the project, but with the twin rib pattern on this scarf you can't see the wrong side and therefore both sides look the same. this is one of my favorite stitches to use and i suggest trying it it whatever you end up making!

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Jessica M.
Jessica M. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 18 projects
It looks really good! But I don't know how to knit stripes. But it looks easy if you just cut the end of one row, then tie another color to it and continue. Happy I'll try it.

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