Loops & Threads® Glitz Knitz™ Miami Linen Stitch Scarf (Knit)

Bundle up in this glitzy, Loops & Threads® scarf this winter. Add tassels along the edge to complete the cozy accessory!
 
 

Craft Time: varies

Uses Recycled Items: No

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Materials

  • Loops & Threads® Glitz Knitz™ Miami – Buena Vista (A; 4 Pkgs)
  • Loops & Threads® Glitz Knitz™ Miami – Little Havana (B; 4 Pkgs.)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Circular Needles, US Size 15 (10mm) 81.3 cm (32”) or Size Needed to Obtain Gauge
  • Crochet Hook, US Size L-11
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Instructions

Finished Measurements: 1.2 m (48") Length, not including fringe; Width: 8.8 cm (3½”)

Gauge: 8 sts x 24 rows = 10.2 cm (4") in Linen stitch

Abbreviations

beg begin
k knit
p purl
patt pattern
rep repeat
st(s) stitch(es)
St st stockinette st
wyif with yarn in front

Stitch Guide

Linen Stitch
(Worked over an even number of sts.)
Row 1 (WS): * P1, sl 1 wyif; rep from * to last st, end p1.
Row 2 (RS): * K1, sl 1 wyif; rep from * to last st, end k1.
Rep Rows 1 – 2 for patt.

Pattern Notes:

Scarf is knitted lengthwise, alternating between 2 colours.

Instructions:

(Note: First and last sts on each row will be worked in Garter stitch)

With A, cast on 132 sts.

Row 1: (WS): K1, work row 1 of Linen stitch patt to last st, end k1.

Row 2: K1, work row 2 of Linen stitch patt t to last st, k1.

Row 3: Rep Row 1.

Rows 4 – 7: Change to B, work Linen st patt beg on Row 2.

Rows 8 – 11: Change to A, work Linen st patt beg on Row 2.

Rows 12 - 14: Change to B, work Linen st patt beg on Row 2.

Bind off all sts loosely.

Finishing

Make fringe: Cut fourteen 50.8cm  (20") lengths of yarn in each colour. Thread lengths of yarn through the edge sts on each end of scarf, using crochet hook to help guide yarn. * Beg at right edge, gather 3-5 lengths of cut yarn together and tie into a knot along the bottom edge of scarf. Rep from * across row, until you have 5 or 6 knots. Cut ends of yarn at an angle to same length.

 

Tips

While working Linen Stitch, if your knitting feels too tight, don’t hesitate to go up a few needle sizes.