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Loop Scarf

By: mbymmagazine.com
Loop Scarf

You'll wonder how you ever got along without this beautiful cognac-colored knit infinity scarf pattern. The Loop Scarf is a gorgeous shade of warm brown, perfect for layering over t-shirts, dresses, sweaters, and more. This wardrobe essential is the perfect finishing touch to whatever you're wearing and looks great dressed up or down. Take on the day with style and confidence in the beautiful Loop Scarf.

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Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm, 10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

Materials:

  • Yarn: R FILATURA DI CROSA Zara, cognac nr 455: 300 g
  • Needles: 5.5 mm [US 9] and 6 mm [US 10] long (80 cm) circular ndls, or size needed to obtain correct gauge.


Size:
90-100 x 35 cm [35-3/8 - 39-3/8 x13.75”]


Gauge:
17 sts x 24 rows = 10 x 10 cm in pattern on larger ndls

 

SCARF
Row 1: K.
Row 2: P 1, k 1, repeat across row. Repeat these 2 rows.

Dec tips: Sl 1 k st and 1 p st, k 1, pass the slipped sts over. This decs 2 sts. Do this on Row 1 of Pattern. CO 172 sts on larger ndls. Join and pl a marker at the join. Knit in Pattern until piece measures 10 cm.

Dec 1: k 1, dec 2 sts (see dec tips) * k 41, dec 2 sts *, repeat from *–* 2 times, k to end of row = 166 sts. Continue until piece measures 14 cm.
Dec 2: K 3, dec 2 sts, k 29, dec 2 sts, k 11, dec 2 sts, k 29, dec 2 sts, k to end of row = 158 sts.


Change to smaller ndls and knit until piece measures 18.5 cm.
Turn work with wrong side out and continue in Pattern, so that k is over p and p is over k.
Continue until piece measures 35 cm, bind off.
Fold piece in half where it was turned.

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I believe there are other illustrations on the Internet but it does help for some of us to see a few details. I will leave this pattern until I have more experience.

I don't see a pattern, either. R 1 - R2 - "repeat these 2 rows" - once? twice? inches? Then Dec tips - and apparently 3 ways to decrease? Where? When? If this is in the round, why would you decrease? Nope - do NOT believe this page or pattern is a "scam" - but truly - I sure don't see a pattern.

Well, the pattern actually begins where it says CO 172. That is not clear the way it is written. Visualize the scarf as starting out wide at the bottom, then gradually being narrowed towards the top. Where is says "continue in Pattern" that is where you use the Row 1 and Row 2 instructions, and keep repeating those 2 rows for the length in that section. Hope this helps.

The format of this pattern is rubbish and confusing. It should be written like this CO 172 sts on larger ndls. Join and pl a marker at the join. Row 1 K. Row 2 P 1, k 1, repeat across row. Repeat these 2 rows. Knit in Pattern until piece measures 10 cm. Dec tips Sl 1 k st and 1 p st, k 1, pass the slipped sts over. This decs 2 sts. Do this on Row 1 of Pattern. Dec 1 k 1, dec 2 sts (see dec tips) k 41, dec 2 sts , repeat from 2 times, k to end of row = 166 sts. Continue until piece measures 14 cm. Dec 2 K 3, dec 2 sts, k 29, dec 2 sts, k 11, dec 2 sts, k 29, dec 2 sts, k to end of row = 158 sts. Change to smaller ndls and knit until piece measures 18.5 cm. Turn work with wrong side out and continue in Pattern, so that k is over p and p is over k. Continue until piece measures 35 cm, bind off. Fold piece in half where it was turned.

I like this scarf - it is added to the to knit list - it might be easier to follow this pattern if it were laid out better - the pattern instructions run into the directions for actually knitting the scarf so that it seems as if the directions are missing bits until one sits down and studies it all slowly and carefully

pattern is hard to read

Hello benebrad 2740634! Thank you for your comment. We have adjusted the layout of the pattern, so hopefully it is easier to read now. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Hello The Designing Penguin! Thank you for your comment. We have adjusted the layout of the pattern, so hopefully it is easier to read now. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Oh but I am happy to read this I reopened the pattern today as I found the yarn for it and could not understand why I found it difficult to follow when first I read it -- thank you for making it easier and thank you for explaining my confusion LOL

Found how many stitches helps to read the pattern

How many stitches do you cast on for the loop scarf. Am I missing something

Hi all, This project is linked to the free eBook The Best of the East Fashion Show & Marketplace Favorite. Please enjoy! - editors of AllFreeKnitting

Is this a scam? I'm thinking it is, no matter what I do, there is NO PATTERN

its not a scam-many people are able to obtain many wonderful patterns from this site-if you are not able to, the issue is on your end and you should keep your rude and accusatory comments to yourself.

I have to say that this comment really bothers me the AFK sites are anything but a scam and I see no reason for any subscriber to make objectionable comments about tech problems. All one has to do is ask for help when there is a problem and help is there. When others have no problem opening the link it is all too likely that the problem lies with your computer and you have to try again, watching for the mistake or the problem, or should get help. Insulting the editors and techs involved is not the best option at all

I am very frustrated that I am not able to open this pattern. No matter what I did it would open.

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