Some Quick and Easy Scarves
You can see another larger version of this pattern Here . That I have made for "Scarf Pal" Amanda as a participant in the "International Scarf Exchange 9" for 2010, which has been great fun.
Steve’s Scarf Pattern
This pattern came out of my head, I have done my best to put it down on paper and have posted it here.
It takes a little concentration to get started as you build up to the number of stitches that you require for the width of the scarf. A narrower scarf, like the one above, is worked with 31 stitches cast on. The broarder the scarf you want, the more stitches you build through the casting on process. Given this, the pattern will work with any odd number of stitches the width is not fixed so you can go from necktie to pashmina wrap size.
I have never written down a knitting pattern so if there are any glitches let me know and I will attempt to correct them.
The pattern will also adjust to any yarn size by adjusting the needle size accordingly. I am, as you may have gathered a bit of an experimenter and so tend to go with the flow and tend not to get too bogged down in exact replicas of others work.
So here goes..
In the example above I have used a 100g ball of 8ply 100% Acrylic yarn and 7 mm needles.
As an example I have worked up to 55 stitches with casting on, but you can decrease or increase this number to suit your own project so long as you end up with an odd number of stitches on your needle forming the triangle...
Cast on 3 stitches, turn
K 3, turn
Increase 1 in first stitch, K1, Inc 1 in last stitch, turn
K 5, turn
K1, inc 1 in 2nd stitch, K1, inc 1 in 2nd last stitch, K1 turn
K row of 7 stitches, turn
K1, inc in next stitch, K to 2nd last stitch from end of row. Inc 1, K1, turn
K row of 9 stitches, turn
Continue working * K1, inc 1 stitch in second stitch, K to second last stitch, Inc 1 stitch, K1, turn
Knit 1 row, turn*
Repeat from *to* until there are 55 stitches on the needle.
You should now have a large triangle below the needle.
To create the corner:
**K 1, Inc 1 in next stitch, K to end of row (56 st), turn
K 1, Knit 2 together, K to end of row, (55 st), turn**
Hint: Remember, you are increasing by one stitch in at the beginning of one row then decreasing by one stitch at the beginning of the next row this way the number of stitches remains the same as you work the length of the scarf
Repeat from * to * until desired length is reached.
To finish :
K2 together, K to end of row, (54 st), Turn
K2 together, K to 3rd last stitch, K 2 together, K 1 (52 st), turn
K2 together, K to end of row (51 st), turn
K2 together, K to 3rd last stitch, K 2 together, K 1 (49st), turn
K2 together, K to end of row (48 st) turn
K2 together, K to 3rd last stitch, K 2 together, K 1 (46st), turn
K2 together, K to end of row (45 st). turn***
Continue working from*** to*** until 7 stitches remain on the needle
K1, K2 together, K1,
K2 together, K1, (5st), turn
K2 together, K1,
K2 together, (3 st) turn
Cast off remaining stitches. Sew in loose ends.
Hopefully you will now have something resembling a scarf... Good luck!