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Romantic Ruffle Scarf

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This beautiful and classic free knitting pattern is perfect for the special woman in your life. Give any outfit a girly touch with this Romantic Ruffle Scarf.

Romantic Ruffle Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 5 or 3.75 mm

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Jul 7, 2013

From the pattern it seems that the 80s ditch cast on is for the length. But with the gauge of 24 -26 sts=4", it would seem that the length would be a bit more than 12 inches. I would appreciate some guidance or corrections. From previous experience with patterns I have learned that it is better to wait for answers then to just pick up needles and yarn. From the picture this is lovely and I have the perfect use for it. I hope someone can give me some help

 

Mar 26, 2013

I dont know if the pattern has been corrected since the comments that were posted, but it is fine the way it is now. I worked up this wonderful scarf and am already contracted to make about 1/2 dozen more! It is lovely and works up very easy. Yes, when you use 40" circular needles, there is plenty of room for the stitches and then some...be prepared for the final rows to take 2-3 hours per row to complete depending on how quickly you knit! I used Vanna's Glamour yarn in Sapphire and it is absolutely gorgeous! The Glamour yarn is only 2 ply and it did make the scarf about 1/8" smaller in length and width than the indications on the pattern. I plan on using a thinner chunky chenille with the next one I make. You definately will not regret working this one up! Also, once you have completed your scarf, it is necessary to steam press on the reverse side to force the ruffles to flow nicer. Patience is a virtue and well worth doing this one up!

 

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Mar 16, 2013

I AGREE WITH JEANBOB4 8140852. I HAVE BEEN KNITTING FOR MENY YEARS THIS PATTERN IS NOT WHAT IS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE I DON'T KNOW WHO DID THIS PATTERN BUT THEY NEED TO GO BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD.AND CORRECT IT.

 

Mar 2, 2013

This Pattern is very confusing...first you need needles that are 150 inches long, but of course they do not come that way. You need a circular needle with plenty of room for all those 1000 stitches.

 

Mar 1, 2013

Unfortunately not all patterns are written accurately.. I have encountered this problem before, either you rewrite the pattern or tear out the mess and knit something else.

 

Feb 26, 2013

zhamricks 0413476 asked the same question. What is a cable cast on? I did not see a response. Do you mean a circular needle?

 

Feb 23, 2013

I agree with the OP regarding the length of the pattern. If you use light fingering yarn, you still will only get a very short length. Also, I used a 40" round needle knitted as DP and at the end, it was almost impossible to get the yarn moved on it because of so many stitches. The ruffles did not lay softly as pictured, they are so tight and edges curled up, it almost looks like a corkscrew. I am going to frog it all off and use the yarn again on something prettier.

 

Feb 20, 2013

Fancy Vintage looks

 

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