Ruffle Scarves – Free Knitting Pattern

For this Ruffle Scarves project you will need sashay yarn or a brand like it.


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This yarn netting comes in different sizes, and depending on how wide the netting is, use the needles that the yarn recommends if you’re not sure. But below are some recommendations.


For the small to medium size holes, use 4mm needles and cast on 5 eyes

For medium to large use size 6 1/2 needles and cast on 6 eyes

For large holes use size use 9mm needles and cast on 7 eyes


TIP: When you start to make a ruffle scarf it looks so uniform at the beginning, the best way to get it going with the mixed up look is to twist it as soon as possible, I use my knees to grab the bottom in order to hold it still so the twist holds, or you could try a clip of some kind to attach to something to keep it from turning. This scarf is made using the basic garnet stitch.


If you need pictures I have made a pattern with pictures using the newest Lacy Mesh Yarn, and you can find that pattern here


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