The knitters have probably been feeling a little left out lately since most of the designers I work with for guest posts are exclusively crocheters. So I was really excited when Annie, of Annie’s Arts and Follies, contacted me about sharing her Single Skein Scarflette Pattern! This gorgeous feather and fan design adds a beautiful touch to absolutely any outfit. Add a gorgeous brooch, and this free knit scarflette pattern is the picture of elegance!
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“Every single knitter I know has a small hoard of single skeins just waiting for something awesome to happen. Recently I have launched a campaign to end the single skeins in my stash and make amazing things. I love the simple yet elegant look of the fan and feather pattern (you will get so many compliments and those not-in-the-know will think you are a magician). With a few adjustments, it makes an amazing scarflette. Quick and easy.
Cast on 62 stitches on a size 7 circular needle
Rows 1-10: Knit
Row 11: K4, (*K2tog* Repeat 2 more times, *yo (yarn over), K1* Repeat 5 more times, *K2tog* Repeat 2 more times), Repeat from ( to ) 2 more times for a total of 3 sets, K4 (62 total sts)
Rows 12&13: Knit
Row 14: K4, Purl across to last 4 sts, K4
*Slip the first stitch of each row as if you were knitting
Repeat Rows 11-14 to desired length – use that skein! – then knit 10 rows and bind off. Hand wash and lay flat to block and wear with a fun pin or brooch.
This piece was knit with a leftover skein from a baby blanket project and contained 440 yards. It knit to be 48 inches long and 9 inches wide. The beauty of the pattern is that it is conducive to almost all yarn.”
Annie Ciszak Pazar is a silversmith in Anchorage Alaska, specializing in one of a kind handcrafted jewelry, and brings the ‘funk’ to ‘functional.’ With a professional education in jewelry design and metalsmithing, Annie is forever experimenting with new techniques and styles, mixing old with new, to bring you one of a kind funktastic style. When not in her private studio doing what she does best, she is manning her brick and mortar shop front boutique in the up-and-coming midtown section of Anchorage. When not wielding a torch, Annie hoards books like a squirrel, knits compulsively, obsesses over Tudor England and is planning the next great international travel adventure. Oh, and she is slowly taking over the world.
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