Good day everyone !
I hope you’ll enjoy the new pattern I just released: the Plaid Checkers Scarf. This is a good warm thick scarf that will keep you warm and cosy in the cold !
This scarf is made of sections of three squares, knitted using Intarsia method on double-pointed needles.
While working this pattern you will be knitting at times a right side row followed by a right side row and a wrong side row followed by a wrong side row. This is very easy to do by just pushing your stitches back to the other end of your needle and picking up the correct yarn and knitting. You might want to use a point protector for the ends of your needle, switching it from end to end as you knit to make sure you stitches don’t fall off.
Notion of Intarsia: Each section of the pattern is worked with a separate strand of yarn. When changing colors, bring the old working yarn over the yarn to be used in the next section. Always twist yarns on the wrong side of the fabric.
If you like this scarf, you’ll probably enjoy the assorted Plaid Checkers Hat which is made the same way, in a thick and warm fabric.
DK/8 ply/4.5mm (the model shown here is made with Cascade Yarn – Cascade 220 Heathers – 100gr/200 meters)
Main Color (MC) : Brown = 200 gr
Contrasting Color 1 (CC1) : Blue = 100 gr
Contrasting Color 2 (CC2) : Mustard = 100 gr
Contrasting Color 3 (CC3) : Green = 100 gr
2 double pointed needles 4.5 mm (or circular needle)
1 double pointed needle 5.5 mm (or circular needle)
18 sts. X 22 rows = 10 cm with 4.5mm needles
21.5 x 146 cm
A great Thank You to the Ravelry ladies who tested this pattern, and improved it by their comments and corrections.
The pattern is available for sale on Craftsy, just click on the picture below and have fun!