POCKET SCARF

Knit Today Magazine - - Pocket Scarf -

The best thing about self-strip­ing yarns is they make it look like you’ve spent ages on a pro­ject, but ac­tu­ally the colour changes take place with no ef­fort at all on your part… So if you haven’t moved on to stripes yet, or you just want a sim­ple pro­ject you can work on while still hav­ing a chat or watch­ing TV, then this pro­ject is for you. Our gor­geous Noro scarf, cre­ated with beau­ti­ful, soft 100% wool yarn is a real in­vest­ment piece and one you’ll keep for years to come. Sim­ply cast on and knit your­self into stripy heaven!

SCARF Us­ing 5mm nee­dles cast on 48 sts. Row 1 (RS): K1, sl1 purl­wise, k1, (k1, p1) twice, k34, (p1, k1) twice, k1, sl1 purl­wise, k1. Row 2 (WS): Sl1 purl­wise, k1, sl1 purl­wise, (p1, k1) twice, p34, (k1, p1) twice, sl1 purl­wise, k1, sl1 purl­wise.

Th­ese 2 rows form patt and are re­peated through­out un­til work mea­sures 180cm (71in), end­ing with a WS row. Cast off in patt.

Pocket (make 2) Us­ing 5mm nee­dles, cast on 46 sts. Work in patt as fol­lows: Row 1 (RS): K1, (k1, p1) twice, k38, (p1, twice, k1. Row 2 (WS): P1, (p1, k1) twice, p38, (k1, twice, p1. Keep­ing patt cor­rect un­til pocket mea­sures 16cm (6¼in), dec 1 st at each end of last row, end­ing with a WS row. 46 sts

k1)

p1), Take time to add your pock­ets with care, a pro­fes­sional fin­ish will make all the dif­fer­ence Beg with row 1 of rib, work in rib a fur­ther 6cm (2¼in), end­ing with a RS row. Cast off in rib.

MAK­ING UP 1 Place the pocket RS up over the end of the scarf (RS up), let­ting the rib sec­tion hang below the scarf’s cast-off edge. 2 Work­ing from in­side the pocket, slip stitch the sides of the pocket onto the sides of the scarf, then slip stitch the 1st row above the pocket’s rib to the cast-on or cast-off edge of the scarf de­pend­ing on which end of the scarf you’re do­ing.

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