Last May I learned to knit. In June, I learned to purl. And I needed a project to focus onto instead of knitting rows of stockinette stitch just to practice. So when I came across this yarn that was on sale in a local department store I didn’t second guess and I decided to knit a scarf.
I didn’t follow any pattern, just the advice from a friend to begin each row with a pair of knit stitches to stop the stockinette stitch from curling at the edges and this video tutorial from Oh, Mother Mine DIY (in Spanish). Basically, the pattern I ended up with is 2k, purl, k the last two stitches for the even rows, knit the odd rows, repeat until desired length, or, in my case, until I run out of yarn. Cast on as many stitches as you like to get the desired width.
To be honest, I ended the scarf in late September, but I didn’t block it until a couple of weeks ago. Basically, I needed my ironing table as a blocking area, and these lasts months it was difficult to find a free slot in its currently busy schedule.
Size: 8 x 65″ / 20 x 165 cm
Date: August, 2016 – September, 2016
Yarn: Amelia, Lang Yarns (55% Cotton, 45% Polyamid)