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Definitely Diagonal Scarf

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

Pull out this beautiful scarf the next time you're looking for a soft, girly look. The Definitely Diagonal Scarf is a gorgeous lacy scarf pattern with a diagonal stitch design. This pretty scarf is the perfect lightweight scarf for mild days, but has just enough weight to drape nicely around your neck. The stitch work on the Definitely Diagonal Scarf reminds us of arrowheads, giving it a wonderfully rustic and organic look that is perfect for fall.

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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This a beautiful scarf pattern with lots of detail. Yet the directions are not difficult. I am always looking to make a scarf that drapes around my neck such as this one. It is a nice addition to an outfit and protects you from any drafts outside or in the office. Thank you for the pattern.

This triangular scarf pattern is so nice, with a beautiful pattern that produces a lacy pattern and scalloped edges. The designer made hers in 100% cotton yarn, which I really enjoy working with. This scarf would make a fabulous gift for someone and would look great in almost any solid color.

Why is it that when I click on a free pattern I NEVER get the pattern. I try a few times without any luck. what am I doing wrong? Please help. I get so frustrated when I see a pattern I would like to knit, only never to get to see the pattern!

Hi mickvee 0652626, We just texted the pattern link and have verified that it works. You may be having issues viewing the pattern if your browser is out of date. We recommend using the latest version. Hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

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Where in directions does it say to connect the yarn to make it round, I've never used a circular needle???

It is not made in the round - the circ needle is used simply because there are a lot of sts. You can use straight needles you would just have to make sure they are long ones. I prefer the circs because they are less cumbersome.

Where do you connect it to make it round? Nothing in the directions. I've never used a round needled.

you don't connect it-you knit with the circular needles just as you would straights, it allows you to manage a large amount of stitches more easily. hope this helps.

This scarf worked up beautiful - thanks!

Opens fine for me. I would say this is definitely a beginner pattern - super easy and super fast.

is this not graded (beginner, intermediate, advanced) because it's new? also, be aware the pattern 'expand' feature doesn't work with Chrome. :D Firefox works!

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