Chevron Scarf

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    Chevron scarf with eyelets, using 2 alternating rows of Sundara Yarn in "Troubador" and Louet Gems Pearl in a light green.

    For the middle section of the scarf I switched it up, knitting 4 rows of one yarn and 4 rows of the other.

    I made this a 33-stitch pattern, using US3 needles. It makes for a skinny scarf, perfect for spring.

    I came up with this easy chevron pattern (I highly doubt it's original!):
    RS rows: [k4, yo, k, yo, k4, double-decrease] twice, k4, yo, k, yo, k4
    WS rows: p2tog through the back, p to last two stitches, p2tog

    For a wider scarf, increase the "k4" part to your liking.

    andugger2003, rocketsc1ent1st, Traqua, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. NeitherHIpNorFunky 86 months ago | reply

      I really like the variegated yarn alternating with the solid. It looks great.

    2. glccafar 86 months ago | reply

      Love your variation on the pattern, and great colors too.

    3. m_soto 86 months ago | reply

      Rock on! I love this version of it, and your colors work together beautifully. Gorgeous!

    4. doggedknits 86 months ago | reply

      Ooh, love! And I esp. love the variation in the width of the stripes.

    5. rainyday*knitter 86 months ago | reply

      It's great, I love the color changes and the pattern.

    6. throughtheloops 86 months ago | reply

      Great colors. I really like the stitch pattern you've used.

    7. Erleperle.eu 86 months ago | reply

      Great colours. Your picture reminds me of a snake.....ooh.

    8. adamknits 86 months ago | reply

      Ohh, that looks very very nice :)

    9. knittinglemonade 86 months ago | reply

      An awesome twist on an already great pattern. Love it!

    10. Leucia 74 months ago | reply

      Very nice! Thanks for posting your pattern, I can't wait to try it out. Great photo too!

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