Silk Bandana Scarf


Silk Bandana Scarf


Get ready for spring with the lovely Silk Bandana Scarf. This beautiful recycled silk knit scarf pattern is bursting with springtime freshness and is just begging to be worn with a light top and jeans. This lacy scarf is knit in a triangular shape so it drapes nicely and lies flat against whatever you're wearing. We love the warm myriad of oranges and browns shown in the picture, but feel free to choose any color recycled silk yarn to make your own Silk Bandana Scarf.


Knitting Needle Size15 or 10 mm

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

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I have the perfect yarn for this which I have been looking to use. Thanks for the information on the pattern, especially the mistake. I like patterns when you start out with a larger number and then reduce the stitches. All the hard work is at the beginning, if you count knitting a larger number of stitches work. LOL. Thanks for the pattern.

in a pinch one can buy silk remnant yarn on the internet (eBay has sellers who feature it) Have to admit that I missed the error, but the scarf worked out all right --- and I love it - well I loved it until my granddaughter fell in love with it plan to knit myself one this spring

For the yarn, search for silk remnants. The Wool Peddler has the yarn type used. There is also an error in the patter starting at Row 22. Should be K21 with a total of 47 stitches, continuing in a pattern of 2 less stitched to knit and a total of 4 less stitches per row.

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