Dragon Skin Wrap or Scarf


Dragon Skin Wrap or Scarf


Drape yourself in elegance with this free knitting pattern for a Dragon Skin Wrap. While donning this stylish and textured shawl, you'll be the talk of the down as you stroll down the street with pride, knowing that you crafted this work of art all by yourself. Resembling the scales of a dragon, this carefully designed piece will be a treat to make and to wear.


Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm

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

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What a unique find. This is an amazing piece of work. I have never seen one done like this. But I will soon because I am going to try it. It's hot a few glitches in the pattern but I can work around or thru them. Thanks for posting this beauty.

Ideal - have the greatest urge to knit it in green, after all the dragons of the tales in my childhood were green, and have this incredible black yarn with touches of other colours in it just waiting for the right pattern - that pattern is now

having watched the vidio, read the pattern, i can't figure out from looking at the picture, how the wrap has been made/assembled. need more information - looke forward to a response, thnks)))

The wrap is knit flat on circular needles, there is no assembly. Admittedly there is a lot of missing information in the pattern and even a couple mistakes but an experienced knitter could work through this to complete the pattern.

I can't see how it could be all knitted in rounds and come out flat, is it really knitted back and forth?

Hi cass42, yes, "rounds" is a mistype here. The pattern is worked in rows; the circular knitting needles are simply to hold the large number of stitches. The wrap is knit flat. I hope this helps! Happy knitting! -The Editors of AllFreeKnitting

Don't know what I'm doing wrong but I am constantly running out of stitches before being able to finish the round 2 steps.

Nevermind, I figured it out. This is why you shouldn't start stuff when its late and you're getting sleepy.

I cannot download the knitting instructions of the dragon skin wrap

Amazing pattern, beautiful work and the instructional video was done extremely well with great instructions.

This pattern is absolutely gorgeous and I will be using it to make a nice long scarf. Where, Oinx can we find more of your work/creations, this is just a wonder.

I would love to knit this, but everytime I try to get it. I can't can someone please tell me where I can get the pattern from or if you have the pattern, could you please email me a copy at wintersong@netzero.net? Thanks.

Why are you using ROUNDS for this when there is no joining of rhe pattern. Could be very confusing to a new knitter, especially since the option is given for using straights over circulars

She's probably repeating the terminology used on the written pattern. The written pattern is using the term "rounds" instead of "rows."

I love the look of the stitches but I can't open the pattern, I keep getting an error :( It is a very beautiful stitch tho!

I love this! I can't wait to try it! Onix you did a wonderful job on this!!! <3 it!

This scarf is nice for summer but not canadian winter:]

ok guys sorry for the delay to the person who says that my pattern is WRONG LOL YOU are reading the pattern wrong and I can tell you where your mistake is in any given row there are SSK and K Tog that means you are decreasing stitches at the same time you are adding those back using the YO so as you can see there are ALWAYS stitches to the person who asked about row you are absolutely right the repeat times should not be there I apologize for the typo I should also add that I did NOT write the pattern for the wrap it is for a narrow scarf if you want it wider you just keep adding in sets of stitches the amount of yarn will depend on the yarn and needle size you use I used size needles and it took approximately regular oz skeins IRead More hope this helps thank you for your comments

Hi I'm new to knitting and I don't know all the abrevations. like ssk or m1, yo and how to do them. I love this pattern and would like to try it. thank you

the pattern is WRONG - is a multiple of 30 stitches, NOT 26 have now made it twice have made this comment before and it was obviously ignored

I wonder if someone can help me. I purchased a kit from Mary Maxim and knitted a beautiful automobile jacket. I proceeded to wash the jacket in cold water with "Yellow out" and the dye ran from the red yarn I used. In addition, I think the jacket shrunk a little, but perhaps, I can still wear it myself. Bear in mind, I knitted this jacket 50 years ago so I have no: recourse. I knitted this jacket for my son, who has just passed away. QUESTION: What can I do to restore this jacket? Can anyone answer my question? Thanks in advance. Erna

i am knitting this dragon skin wrap on round 10 the instructions at the end say repeat 5 times how is this possible? i have knit 2 sections of 26 stitches how can this round be repeated 5 time? does the instruction mean to repeat round 10 5 times help! thank you

hi, is the dragon skin pattern in 2 parts, what is the lavender part ? help, betty

I'd like to try this scarf, but I've not knitted in awhile... What's an M1 stitch that you mention possibly using instead of a YO?

how many skeins did you use to make the wrap.

o.k. you gave directions for the scarf, but not for the wrap. I am relatively new to knitting, haven tken itnup while healing from a broken leg. I am aware thoughn that Wrapptterns usualkly have sojme shoulder sdhaping to them, but I'm notn skilled enough to enlarge the scrf pattern nd figure the shping in. Can you help?


You did a fantastic job and I love the colors.... But, then offcourse everything that comes from you is amazing....Keep up the great job...


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