Yesterday I shared a mission with you that concerned slip stitches on a brilliant cumbersome yarn base. This scarf makes use of slip stitches, too, however in a extra delicate manner on a a lot lighter weight yarn, which supplies them a very totally different look. Right here it’s nearly woven because the contrasting shade peeks by way of the lattice of slipped stitches.
Born Slippy from Hedgehog Fibers makes use of DK weight yarn and a slip sew sample to make a small triangular scarf or scarf. The sample suggests utilizing a tweed yarn and a multicolored yarn to make the sample look extra complicated than it’s. You could possibly additionally use a self-striping yarn to provide it a extra uniform, much less scrappy look than a yarn with extra frequent shade adjustments would possibly provide you with.
And naturally you should utilize leftovers from different mission for the second yarn, in order that the colours change everytime you run out of yarn. So many enjoyable choices!
Regardless of being on considerably small DK weight yarn, this mission goes fairly quick and is an effective way to make use of a pleasant colourful yarn you’ve in your stash that you simply weren’t positive what to do with. Or attempt utilizing worsted weight yarn and correspondingly bigger needles to make a much bigger model that will be tremendous cozy and colourful for chilly climate.
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In search of extra cute DK weight shawls? I’ve additionally shared Tsukimi by Angela Tong, which is a single shade garter sew triangular scarf with a enjoyable lace edging. This one makes use of about 500 yards of yarn, which could possibly be a one-skein mission (or two in case your chosen skeins are smaller). It makes use of measurement 10 US knitting needles so it’s a extremely quick mission for the load of the yarn.
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