The small version of this scarf is worked in a sport weight yarn, the large in worsted weight yarn. Other than the gauge at which they’re worked, which alters the scarf’s width, the only difference between them is their length. This means the scarf is easily customisable by adjusting yarn weight and length. Modifying the length will affect the amount of yarn required.

The small version of this scarf is worked in a sport weight yarn, the large in worsted weight yarn. Other than the gauge at which they’re worked, which alters the scarf’s width, the only difference between them is their length. This means the scarf is easily customisable by adjusting yarn weight and length. Modifying the length will affect the amount of yarn required.

Ravelry: Vertices Unite pattern by Stephen West

Ravelry: Vertices Unite pattern by Stephen West

Free Knitting Pattern Download -- This Tweedy Braid Scarf, design from Premier Yarns Design Team, is featured in episode 407 of Knit and Crochet Now! TV. Learn more here: www.knitandcrochetnow.com

Free Knitting Pattern Download -- This Tweedy Braid Scarf, design from Premier Yarns Design Team, is featured in episode 407 of Knit and Crochet Now! TV. Learn more here: www.knitandcrochetnow.com

Ravelry: Rushton pattern by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark

Ravelry: Rushton pattern by Mercedes Tarasovich-Clark

How do you salvage "UGLY" yarn? Think how you can break up the colors and what to contrast them with. This is the "Ugly Duckling sock Pattern" by Karin Aida on ravelry.

How do you salvage "UGLY" yarn? Think how you can break up the colors and what to contrast them with. This is the "Ugly Duckling sock Pattern" by Karin Aida on ravelry.

it's called "rainbow socks". and it's knitted with short rows. simple self striping yarn...  the short row method i used was a yarn over. no wrap & turn. also, i slipped the first stitch after the yarn over. [look on ravelry for more about the pattern?]

it's called "rainbow socks". and it's knitted with short rows. simple self striping yarn... the short row method i used was a yarn over. no wrap & turn. also, i slipped the first stitch after the yarn over. [look on ravelry for more about the pattern?]

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