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Striped Block Scarf

By: Chris from Chris Knits in Niagara

Looking for a fun and festive knit scarf pattern? Then the Striped Block Scarf is just the scarf for you. This bold, striped scarf is a great way to show school spirit, team pride, or just show off your favorite colors in a warm, cozy, cold weather accessory. The Striped Block Scarf has a classic, thick stripe design that will be in style forever. Knit one for every team you root for or give them as gifts. The Striped Block Scarf is a scarf you'll reach for game after game.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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I think there is an error in this pattern-it saids to CO 39sts, ist row k1,p1 across in applicable colour for each row and that this will be a "ribbed scarf" pattern, an odd number of stitches will give you seed stitch, not ribbing-I think there is an error in the amount to cast on, it has to be an even # of stitches to look like the picture.

You are correct, but if you read the comments below, you will find this was corrected to an even number of stitches. It would still be a ribbed stitch pattern if you knit the knits and purl the purls as they appear on the reverse side. I know this is late, hope it helps.


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