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Unicorn Horn Scarf

By: Sybil Ramkin from
Unicorn Horn Scarf

This easy knit scarf pattern transfers magical powers to those who wear it. (Ok, not really, but wouldn't that be cool?) The Unicorn Horn Scarf is knit using wedges of short row stitches that look like the horn of the mythical creature for which it's named. This pretty scarf is a fairytale knitting pattern which uses a mystical colored yarn that alternates between mossy greens and jewel tone pinks. This scarf knitting pattern is a great way to add a soft pop of color and texture to your outfit. Knit this free knitting pattern today and see what powers it contains.


Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is a very attractive piece. There are videos on youtube to help with the w & t. I hadn't used them before this pattern and quickly got it with the video.

I wish someone could clarify this pattern into easy to understand terms. I am a fairly experienced knitter and have done short rows before and this w plus t makes no sense to me. I would really like to make this, and would love it to be explained. Usually abbreviations are explained in the beginning of a pattern.

W & T mean wrap and turn-you wrap the last stitch you knit and strt working back to the beginning.

The abbreviations used in this pattern are standard abbreviations and have nothing to do with its german background. It is what is more commonly known as a short row project-you're knitting in short row wedges in a tringle rather than the usual circle. The picture of the scarf makes it appear you are knitting up and across as normal, but you are not. you are knitting wedges. Hope this helps.

Can anyone translate parts of this pattern into English? Do not understand: Row 2--K to 3 before last sts w + t; and Row 4--K to 3 before gap w + t. It is such a cute scarf and sure would like to make this. Thank you.

Judging from context, I think w+t means wrap and turn.

There is an assumption that the abbreviations are clear to everyone. Being that this has a German background, I decided to save the pattern and research it later The scarf itself is very interesting, and pretty.


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