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Braided and Beaded Scarf


Designer: Uma Padu
Pattern Type: Knit
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Sizes Included: 75" x 18"
Yarn Lines: Stroll Tweed Sock Yarn
Yardage: 924
Needles/Hooks Suggested: Size 7 (4.5mm) straight or circular
Fiber Type: Wool & Blends
Weight: Fingering
This design brings together two triangular pieces of knitted fabric in a pattern that is made of just two repetitive rows. The texture created on the Wrong Side is so interesting and beautiful that it makes the scarf reversible when the two triangles are put together Right Side-Wrong Side. The sole effect of the shaping of the Scarf only on Right Side rows is rendered on the opposite side and creates a triangle. The two triangular pieces are knit separately and then put together RS-WS, to make a larger triangular scarf.

Braided and Beaded Scarf (Paid Download)
SKU: 13678D
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1 out of 5 stars

I have never left a rating so low before, & I would like to explain why. If there was a reason to request a refund on a pattern this pattern would be it. The pictures are nice & that is it. The designer does not tell you for one how large to knit the sections, nor does she tell you how to stitch the sections together. All you get is a list of materials, & a description of the pattern stitch. I have received more detailed instructions on free patterns, & that is what this should have been. If you are not an experienced knitter, I would state buyier beware.