Can a scarf inspire calmness and security? Well my dad (my biggest fan of course) says this one does. I love the broken rib stitch pattern, and I also love mixing different textured yarns together. So between us we think you will really like this one, see what you think.
Broken Rib Scarf
Easy Skill Level
Designed by Jessie Rayot
I’ve always loved the broken rib stitch pattern, and I also love mixing different textured yarns together. By combining the two I have come up with this easy and beautiful scarf. It’s so lovely you’ll want to wear it everywhere. I have chosen 3 yarns I love together, but of course you can mix your own yarns. It’s a great stash-buster! Enjoy your scarf.
6.5″ by 60″ or any size you want
King Cole Embrace DK; Blush 2238: 1 skein
Plymouth Baby Alpaca DK; color 100: 2 skeins
Kreinik Ombre; Solid Copper 2100: 1 cone
16 sts x 22 rows = 4” [10 cm] in broken rib
Stitches and Abbreviations:
k – knit
p – purl
st(s) – stitch(es)
Make this scarf starting with any odd number of sts to change the size – keep in mind this will effect how much yarn you use
Row 1: K1, (p1, k1) to end
Row 2: K to end
Repeat Rows 1 & 2 to desired length, ending with row 1.
Bind off knit wise.
Wear or give and enjoy!
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