November and another br-r-r (ber) month is starting and it is time for some extra warmth when going out.
The one row scarf pattern is what I call a no-brainer pattern. It is just as the name suggests and only has one row to remember and knit.
You need 26 stitches in groups of 4, but you could make it as wide as you want as long as it is multiples of 4 plus 2 stitches.
The pattern is *k2, kb1, p1* repeat to end of row, k2. Not even a pattern to print out.
Looking back at some I’ve knitted it seems a variegated yarn was chosen for each one. I just kept knitting till the yarn was used up, saving some for a fringe if wanted. But the length is up to you.
These ones have all been gifted so perhaps it is time to make another for myself.
Are you ready for the b-r-r-r months?
~Shawls and scarves I’ve made~
- April scarf
- close to you shawlette, browns
- Close to you shawlette, greens
- crest of the wave scarf
- fishtail lace scarf
- granny stripe shawl
- knitted neck warmer
- lacy scarf
- lean on me
- life way shawl
- lost souls shawl
- mobius scarf
- multnomah shawl
- one row scarf
- one stitch lace scarf
- sewn neck scarf
- shoulder snuggle
- stacked squares scarf
- summer flies – green
- summer flies – white
- virus shawl
I love it and such an easy pattern, I’ve put it on my to do list. ?
I love easy patterns that looks great when finished. I’ve just about done my fall scarves now. Today I got together with 3 friends to start some Christmas crafting. Have a great day.
I like the patter with variegated yarn Linda.
I love simple patterns Myrt, especially ones that look good when finished. The variegated yarn makes it looks even nicer. We had quite a frost this morning, but it is lovely and sunny now.
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