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Shark Tooth Scarf

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Capture the elegance of the ocean with free scarf knitting patterns that mimic the motion of water flowing effortlessly down a waterfall. With this free pattern for the Shark Tooth Scarf, you'll be able to create your own eye-catching design using simple eyelet stitches. While the stitches are easy, the result is bold, dramatic and visually stunning. The muted color of the purple yarn helps give this scarf a rustic, vintage charm that only adds to its appeal.

Shark Tooth Scarf
Shark Tooth Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm

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

 

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How long is the scarf when it is finisht??? do you have to knit half way and then back so that you have two the same small ends ??? I can not see how it looks like from begin to the end

mimivg 6062511

What do you do with the odd rows?

stargazer65 9628904

Yes, SSK does mean slip, slip and Knit, BUT after u slip the 2 stitches, take your left needle insert into front of slipped stitches so that you can knit the back of the slipped stitches. If you read the comments from her website, you will see that others had ques so creator of this pattern listed a video showing how it is done. This is actually a decrease stitch.

CrystalKaren

Row 1: *k1, p1* to end Row 2: *p1, k1* to end...I have a question, after I cast on 46 stitches do I start Rows 1 and 2 with the pattern above or do I start with the pattern below...Row 1: [yo, k10, k2tog] 3 times Row 2 (and all even rows): p all sts I'm just a bit confused...:)

hopetodorova 1631141

ssk means slip slip knit. Hope this helps!

alisonvandenoetelaar 5112216

What do you think?What does ssk mean?

Elizabeth Pruszynski

I love this pattern and wonder if there is a way to make it work for a sweater given the wavy edge? Any ideas would be welcomed. thank you.

janeyflo 3239256

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