I cast on 12 to 24 stitches according to the yarn and needle size and the width I wanted. I did one in knitted worsted and an earlier scarf in a bamboo yarn. Both turned out very nice.Hagridsmom said:Clara Jo
I understand the theory of the slanted scarf but can't quite visualize the first part. How do you get to the width you want? What increase and decrease did you use?
I bet that looked great with the fun fur. I like the idea of fun fur but haven't been thrilled with the knitted scarves I've seen. So far the best use I've seen is as a cuff to socks. Not sure how washable that would be and what it would look like after several washings. They looked lovely on my pasenger during a very cold drive.
I recommend the knitting! Laundry can be done between rows. Or, take your knitting to the laundry room. This is a very portable project.Hagridsmom said:thank you - it sounds like fun. Since we are expecting a major winter storm tomorrow this might be done instead of the laundry ....