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Doubled Looped Scarf

By: Anna Peck-Maliszewski from knitting-up-a-storm.blogspot.com

With just one skein of bulky wool and some circular needles, you'll be able to whip up this lightning fast Doubled Looped Scarf over the weekend. Perfect for beginning knitters, this knit cowl pattern features two versions - one in garter stitch and the other in seed stitch. For an additional pop of color, try single crocheting a border around the edge of your completed cowl in a complementary hue. Perfect for a last minute project, this quick knit will easily become one of your favorite knitting patterns for begginners.

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Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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I clicked on the link in the email, for lightning fast cowl and it opens this page up. I've tried it a few times and always opens this. Someone has posted the wrong link by the looks of it.

Hi Dronerg, The Lightning Fast Cowl and the Double Looped Scarf are one in the same! We had originally re-named the pattern, but changed it back to its original name chosen by the designer. Sorry for the confusion! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Seed stitch patterns always look so lovely, but are so easy to knit. I'm looking forward to knitting this scarf.

Thank you all for your help. I am a beginner so all the help I can is really needed. Thank you again.

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Would love to get this pattern...When I click on the pattern I get an error message. Can someone please send me this pattern. Would love to try it!

looks pretty easy really. co a number of stitches & do the seed stitch.. example : ( try) CO 30 sts then k1, p 1..for full row. r2 = K the Purls & purl the knits. continue until you run out of yarn :-) just my guess,, after all it's just sticks & string.. not rocket science :-)

I made this and as jenag said it's easy. Cast on an odd number of stitches (I did 53 and that was too large, suggest 47 or 49), used a size 13 circular needles (16 in). join the work together (ensure you don't twist the stitches), and it's knit, purl, and then you knit your purl stitches and purl your knit stitches. I used 100g of roving yarn and knit until I ran out and that was enough for a nice sized cowl. Very simple..but pay attention (I did several rows wrong and had to rip out!). Good luck!!

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