The pattern is simple: CO 21 stitches, size 10 straights or circulars. Knit 3; turn. Knit 3. Turn and knit 6. Turn; knit 6. Turn again and knit 9. Turn; knit 9. Turn and knit all stitches. You'll then be on the other side from where you started. Repeat the 3, 6, 9 knit and turn pattern, then knit across back to the other side. Keep repeating until scarf is desired length. I used 2 skeins of worsted weight yarn.
Here are the pics!
For a greater ruffled effect, they make yarn specifically for these types of scarf but I liked this yarn so I went with it.
Next in my knitting queue are the baby socks for my friend, with matching hat, and then I have some nice sock yarn begging for a turn.
I'm also reading Midnight Crossroads, by Charlaine Harris, and editing is about finished on "Ravens" so I'm waiting for cover art to be done. Look for a release date around mid-June.
I've been doing some editing and proof reading jobs (for other authors), which I love, so I'm eager to get more of those tasks lined up.
In the meantime, I'm gearing up to complete "Straw Houses" and bracing myself for next weekend: graduation at the high school where I work. My stepson is also graduating so plenty to do next weekend for sure!
What have you been up to lately?