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Sapphire Algorithm Scarf | AllFreeKnitting.com

Sapphire Algorithm Scarf | AllFreeKnitting.com

Hello all...  Another pattern for you from this year's knitting arsenal. 'Matilda' is an amazing scarf that I fell in love with it after the...

Hello all... Another pattern for you from this year's knitting arsenal. 'Matilda' is an amazing scarf that I fell in love with it after the...

ENGLISH RIB IN TWO COLOURS. In this video we show how you knit English Rib with two colours as used in DROPS patterns 149-43  and 151-24. Yo...

ENGLISH RIB IN TWO COLOURS. In this video we show how you knit English Rib with two colours as used in DROPS patterns 149-43 and 151-24. Yo...

Grannies favorite dishcloth pattern

Grannies favorite dishcloth pattern

Free Pattern: Cupcake - neck warmer and hat

Free Pattern: Cupcake - neck warmer and hat

Brisbane Scarf: Lion Brand Yarn Company | Cast on 19 stitches, Row1: k3 *p1, k3 repeat to end row; Row2: k1 *p1, k3 repeat to last 2 stitches then p1, k1. Repeat row 1 and 2 to desired length.

Brisbane Scarf: Lion Brand Yarn Company | Cast on 19 stitches, Row1: k3 *p1, k3 repeat to end row; Row2: k1 *p1, k3 repeat to last 2 stitches then p1, k1. Repeat row 1 and 2 to desired length.

cowl....cast on 100, knit 4 rows, purl 4 rows, repeat until the width you want, end with knit 4 rows and bind off.  Easy!

cowl....cast on 100, knit 4 rows, purl 4 rows, repeat until the width you want, end with knit 4 rows and bind off. Easy!

Tricot foulard

Tricot foulard

man scarf

man scarf

simple knitting-silver grey cowl:Cast on 28 stitches with TWO strands of medium weight (4) yarn. Row 1-2: K4, *k2, p2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4  Row 3-4: K4, *p2, k2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4  (i think this is called “double seed stitch”)

simple knitting-silver grey cowl:Cast on 28 stitches with TWO strands of medium weight (4) yarn. Row 1-2: K4, *k2, p2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 Row 3-4: K4, *p2, k2, repeat from * until last 4 stitches, K4 (i think this is called “double seed stitch”)