Blogging from my phone today as I’m stuck in bed with the flu. Thank goodness for husbands and hot tea and hot baths and tissues. Yuck! Anyway, I wanted to share a quick and easy three skein knit scarf I made over the holidays. It’s chunky and long and extra luxurious. Seed stitch is one of my favorite finished knit textures and also lends itself well to mindless knitting once you get the hang of the repetitious pattern. Chunky knits are so trendy right now- why not make your own?! Materials: Size 50 US 25.00mm wooden knitting needles three skeins of chunky yarn (I used Big Twist Chunky from JoAnn Fabrics- my recent obsession)
Love this patter?! Find so many more quick and easy knit and crochet ideas in my knit and crochet ideas project ideas roundup post!
Pattern: Cast on 15 stitches. If you want a piece shorter or longer in width just make sure you have an odd number of stitches. K1, P1, K1, P1 and repeat until the end. You’ll end with a knit stitch. Turn your work. K1, P1, K1, P1 again, same as the first row, ending with a knit stitch. M so easy right?! Happy Monday lovelies- hope the sickies are staying far away from your homes!
Ps: here is a link to a playlist showing you the three skills you need to know to make this scarf! http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2n8abqXkigSdoKH8COwKm5yuNfHWTlpQ
Do u hold 3 stands together to complete this pattern?
Elaine Ellison says
I would like to know how to get into Pineterest to get instructions for knitting patterns I want