I finished my Chevron Scarf last night and immediately put it on. I've been wearing it non stop! I wore it to work today and everyone is like:
"Why are you wearing a scarf? - It's like 80 degrees!"
"It's my summer scarf!" I said.
Everyone just kind of looked at me funny....
But I know I can count on my blogger peeps to appreciate it! Here it is - My Chevron Scarf!
Pattern - Made up variation of the Jaywalker.
Cast on 33 stitches.
Yarn - any
Needles - size 7 for worsted weight (or any other size needed for your gauge)
dd = (double decrease is slip 2 knitwise, knit 1 - pass slipped stitches over),
Row 1 - Knit 4, yo, k1, yo, k4, dd (slip 2 stitches knitwise, knit 1, pass slipped stitches over), knit 4, yo, k1, yo, knit 4, dd, knit 4, yo, k1, yo, knit 4.
Row 2 - Purl 1st 2 together - Purl to last 2 stitches - P2tog.
Yarn - 6 different balls of Koigu - two different yarns at a time - knitting a knit and purl row with one yarn - then switching to the other.
Note - if you don't want "holes" try knitting in the front and back of each stitch instead of doing a yarn over.
This scarf has been an obsession for me - I knit on it everywhere I went! I am very happy with how it came out!
I will now overload you with pictures!
I even like the reverse side...