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Midnight Goddess Scarf


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Perfect for an evening stroll down a snowy, moonlit path, this enticing Midnight Goddess Scarf is the ideal way to stay warm this winter without losing an ounce of your style. After all, if you're knitting a scarf, why not make it just as practical as it is beautiful? And because this project requires large needles and bulky yarn, it works up quickly enough to be made for last minute holiday gifts.

Midnight Goddess Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 13 or 9 mm

Yarn Weight: (5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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fabulous pattern and easy to work

I am working on the first part, the hat, and got to Row 35 - the number don't make sense and I can not continue! It says slip 24 sts onto right needle, then working up middle I following directions for Row 35 - the next row says P13 but there are only 12 sts. If I continue in pattern for Row 37 I can not complete Row 37 because the numbers don't add up.

Ack! I see what you mean! Did you get any response? - I'm thinking after you K8 on row 35 you have 13 left - argh. Which 24 stitches did you slip onto the needle to work up the middle? I'm confused about that.

Also cannot download the pattern, help??

I can't download the pattern...please help!

Select (ctrl + A) and Paste (ctrl + V) to a blank page in Word, then you can save it and print it out. Works better than having your computer up the whole time.

I want to know how you can say cf4= place 2 sts on cable needle and k2, then k3 sts off cable needle when you only put 2 sts on the cable needle? Please explain.

Pretty sure that cf4 is place 2 sts on cable needle, k2, then k2 off the cable needle. Pretty sure that's a typo.

On this page you list size 13 or 9mm needles and on the pattern you say to use 9mm needles. This page says 5 skeins of yarn and on the pattern page it say 3 which is it?

No You did not answer my question

Size 13 US = 9 mm needles. This page says (5), but it refers to the yarn weight which is bulky/chunky, not the number of skeins. Hope this helps.


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