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User-Submitted How-tos, Patterns, Tutorials
Another scarf pattern.
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Nov 9, 2012 10:47:04   #
Thank you for the pattern. This is going into my list of things to knit soon since I have a friend with a birthday coming next week and this is the perfect over the weekend project. And, I have stash yarn waiting!
Nov 9, 2012 10:54:08   #
Bookmarked! Thanks!!
Nov 9, 2012 10:56:38   #
Thanks for the pattern. Have copied it and will put it with my "to do" patterns. One question - looking at the picture it seems to me that when ending the scarf you ended with knit 12 rows - is this correct??
Nov 9, 2012 11:03:40   #
Yes, you finish with 12 knit rows.
Nov 9, 2012 11:04:53   #
Jill May, you just may be the answer to my prayers! I have been fretting over a scarf I want to make my sister for Christmas! I have tried numerous different pattern-yarn combinations and keep ripping them out because I am afraid it is not what she wants. Since it is a surprise, I can't exactly ask her...

I really like the pattern you posted and am going to try this as soon as I finish my daily dose of KP.

GRANDMA-S...I love your avatar picture. That is hilarious!
Nov 9, 2012 11:11:25   #
beautiful scarf-do you knit 12 rows at the end also? thank you-nana-d
Nov 9, 2012 11:13:15   #
I love the scarf and the color! Do you remember what size needles you used? Thanks
Nov 9, 2012 11:15:28   #
How talented you are! And so generous of you to share the pattern; I believe there will be a lot of these made as Christmas gifts. Debi
Nov 9, 2012 11:38:34   #
Lovely pattern ...Thanks
Nov 9, 2012 12:37:10   #
sam0767 (a regular here)
TxCynDoll wrote:
JillMay wrote:
Here is another scarf pattern which I made for another GD, I have 5 and 3 grandsons. I had so many lovely comments on my first one that I would like to share this one too.

The pattern would be a good one for a beginner who can knit and purl but who would like to try something different. Again you can use any yarn, just match it with suitable size needles. I used Sirdar Snuggly double knit and 4mm needles.

Cast on as many stitches as you need for your desired width which is a multiple of 3 + 2. I used 38 sts for a scarf 6.5 ins wide.

Knit 12rows

Row 13. K2 * yo k2 tog K1; repeat from * to end of row.
Row 14 p2 *K1,P2; rep from * to gender of row.
Row15. k2 *k2tog, yo, K1 rep from * toned of row
Row 16 P1 *K1, P2; rep from * to last 4 sts, K1 P3

Repeat rows 13 -16 twice more.

24 rows altogether.

Repeat these 24 rows to the desired length, then cast off.

Hope you like it.
Here is another scarf pattern which I made for ano... (show quote)

I really like this's beautiful...grabbed it...but I have a ? what does to gender of row and toned of row
Thanks for sharing your pattern...
quote=JillMay Here is another scarf pattern which... (show quote)

I was wondering the same thing
Nov 9, 2012 12:45:44   #
Thanks for the pattern as I printed it for future scarves.
Nov 9, 2012 13:36:11   #
I LOVE this. I made it as a file to print out and take with me -- and titled it "Perfect Scarf"
Nov 9, 2012 13:54:37   #
Great pattern, thanks on my to do list!
Nov 9, 2012 14:20:36   #
Toddytoo (a regular here)
Thank you for the lovely pattern. I've filed it under "End of Row Scarf by JillMay" and I'm looking forward to making it for a couple of grandchildren. Thanks again.
Nov 9, 2012 14:50:03   #
Great for my GD
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