Loops and Threads® Radiant™ Scarf (Knit)
This winter, treat yourself or someone you love to a luxurious scarf that's remarkably simple to knit. Radiant™ is a ruffle yarn, but with a soft chenille border along one edge. From beginning to end, this project takes only two hours.
Skill Level: Beginner
Craft Time: varies
Uses Recycled Items: No
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Gauge: Gauge is not important in this project. Work evenly and consistently throughout.
Work only with the top loop of Radiant.
Cast on 8 stitches as follows: Pull out a length of yarn and open it up; insert right needle into each loop along top edge, working from back to front. Knit across each row until 1 yard of yarn remains. Bind off all stitches.
Weave in ends. Because this yarn is actually netting, you may prefer to use an optional sewing needle and thread to secure ends; trim close to stitching.
To work with Radiant: Pull out a short length of Radiant and pull the ribbon width ways to open it up. The thick ribbon border should be at the bottom for this project. The open loops will be referred to as the top of the yarn, and these loops are what you will use to knit.