Monday, May 14, 2007

Zig Zag Scarf

This pattern is temporarily unavailable while it is revamped.


Scarf!


A close up of the front


The wrong side...I don't think it looks too bad, really.


...and yours truly modeling it in a smudgy mirror. Hooray for quality!



9 comments:

  1. I'm sorry, I'm just a bit confused. DO you make the triangles separately and then seam them together, or is it one continuous piece? It looks awesome though!

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  2. I'm trying out this pattern for the first time, and I keep getting gaps between the triangles. How do I fix this?

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  3. Gaps where? It's been a few years since I made this so I don't know if I'll be much help, but it's pretty similar to any other multidirectional scarf (this one for instance: http://www.monradguitars.com/tknitting/multidirectionalscarf.htm)

    construction-wise, anyway...just in stockinette and not garter, and in two colors.

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  4. Hey, I know you wanted feed back on this, I just posted a link to a gal on Crafster.org who was looking for a pattern somewhat like this. So, hopefully she will try this out and give you some feed back!

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  5. Holy Goodness!!!!!!!
    This is beautiful!!
    You are AMAZING. Honestly...you make my knitting look so lame. Haa. I love all your patterns, but however, am uncapable of making anything of it since I can only knit the garter stitch, stockinette, purl, and rib. And I have absolutely no idea, but one day...I'll figure it out cause I want to make this scarf so much.

    Thanks for sharing!!

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  6. Add in some increasing and decreasing and that's all you need to know :-)

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  7. I'm a beginning knitter and kind of confused by your pattern. on the rows where your decreasing and then turning are you slipping the rest of the stitches or what? Or am I reading the pattern wrong?

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  8. They're short rows, you just leave the rest of the stitches where they are.

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