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Potato Chip Scarf

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As the slogan for Pringles goes: once you pop you just can't stop. Similarly, you'll have a hard time making just one of these addictive Potato Chip Scarves. Follow the simple scarf knitting pattern to create a simple scarf that's ruffled and made entirely out of the garter stitch. Because it's so easy and mindless, next time you find yourself headed to the kitchen for some chips to eat while you watch t.v., try knitting this equally as enticing scarf instead. It's less calories and much more fun!

Potato Chip Scarf
Potato Chip Scarf
This image courtesy of Oceanwavesquilts.typepad.com

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Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm, 10 or 6 mm, 11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

 

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Ratings & Comments (21)

Feb 22, 2014

It would be nice to know how many stitches to cast on for this scarf.

 

Feb 1, 2014

I have enjoyed working this pattern. It is a no brainer project that turns out pretty.

 

21 Ratings

Sep 15, 2013

When does it start loking like a ruffle

 

Apr 8, 2013

I can't seem to do it right. I keep knitting, not getting a ruffle, I just get a "dip" at the bottom and it keeps on going straight up. So I have to turn it a certain way? I sort of know how to knit, but am not an expert and I just don't understand this. Is it that way at the beginning and then starts to ruffle? how come I have these two dips at the bottom like two scallops just hanging down, but then the scarf just keeps going up straight. hope someone can understand this I don't know how to explain what I am getting thanks Cynthia

 

Feb 11, 2012

I prefer the potatoe chip scarf, because I like the feminine ruffles.

 

Feb 10, 2012

Love the ruffles. So cute and feminine.

 

Feb 10, 2012

It's feminine and flirty.

 

Feb 10, 2012

Like this. Very nice.

 

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