This double knit scarf pattern has two repeating motifs, a burst (or snowflake) and a bloom (or flower), and was designed with beginning double-knitters in mind. The color pattern is charted.
Double knitting creates a reversible fabric that appears to be knit on each side with a positive image on one side and the negative image on the other. This effect is created by working with both yarns at the same time in a k1, p1 motion. Double knitting can be executed either continental or English style.
Yarn Weight: 1 - Super Fine
Recommended Yarn: Schoppel Zauberball 100 (shown in color 2179 Blaukraut bleibt Blaukraut and color 2437 Alles Paletti)
Recommended Needle Size: US size 2 (2.75 mm) knitting needles
Finished Measurements: 4 inches wide x 77 inches long
Pattern Length: 3 pages
What to Expect
- basic knit and purl stitches
- color charts
- knitting in rows
Construction and Shaping
- double knitting
- 2 Color Chained Cast On
- Introduction to Double Knit Colorwork (English and Continental Style)
- Understanding Double Knitting Charts
- 2 Color Gathered Bind Off
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Before knitting begins, I sketch ideas, test yarns, stitch swatches, create charts, do math and consider a variety of skills and construction methods. Each pattern uses standard knitting terminology and notations, is edited for technical accuracy and has a logical, easy-to-read format.
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