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Double-sided Scarves Knitting for Women

Such scarves are knitted in stripes in the longitudinal direction, the free ends of the yarn remain on the fabric so that then they can be cut off or made from them colored fringe. After the end of work, the ends of the yarn are not woven into the fabric!

Dimensions

SCARF A: 15 cm x 1.5 m (not counting the fringe).
SCARF B: 16.5 cm x 1.5 m (not counting the fringe).
SCARF B: 16.5 cm x 1.5 m (not counting the fringe).
YARN: mixed yarn, 50% wool + 50% mohair, 164.5 m / 113 g.
(The samples used Kid Hollow yarn. The color combinations and patterns are described individually for each scarf.)
SPOKES: circular knitting needles No. 4,5, length 74–81 cm.
KNITTING DENSITY: 16 p. = 10 cm (garter stitch).

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For fringe

For any of the scarves, when you start a row of yarn in a new color, leave about 18 cm of thread on each side of the work. Tie the ends of the threads tightly together with the clover leaf knot, tightening the threads as tight as possible. When the scarf is ready, you can use these ends of the threads to create an interesting fringe.

Scarf A

YARN: 1 skein of yarn of the following colors: yarn A – warm eggplant, yarn B – raspberry.

Note: see “For fringe” (above). Although this scarf is knitted only with a garter stitch, the rows of color change should be performed as follows: 1 person, 1 out. This makes the scarf double-sided.

INITIAL RANGE: yarn A, freely dial 240 p.
SERIES 1–4: knit faces.
ROW 5 (face. Side): leaving 18 cm of thread of both colors, go to yarn B. Tie both ends of the threads tightly, as described above. * 1 persons, 1 out; repeat from * to the end of the row.
SERIES 6-8: knit faces.
Row 9: leaving 18 cm of thread of both colors, switch to yarn A, * 1 persons, 1 out; repeat from * to the end of the row.
SERIES 10-12: knit faces.

Then repeat rows 5-12 until the canvas is 15 cm wide. Finish next to 12, knit the last 3 rows with A. Yarn A to close the loops.

Run a fringe from both ends of the scarf as shown in the photo.

double sided scarves

Scarf B

YARN: 1 skein of yarn of the following colors: yarn A – purple, yarn B – dark red, yarn B – bright blue.

Note: see “For fringe” – thread color changing technique. This scarf makes the following two-sided: the first color changes to the second on the front side of the work, the second to the third – on the wrong side, etc.

INITIAL RANGE: yarn A, dial 240 p.
SERIES 1-3: knit faces.
Row 4: leaving 18 cm of thread of both colors, go to yarn B. Knit faces to the end of the row.
SERIES 5 and 6: knit faces.
Row 7: leaving 18 cm of thread of both colors, go to yarn B. Knit faces to the end of the row.
SERIES 8 and 9: B yarn, knit faces.
SERIES 10-12: Repeat rows 4-6.

Continuing in the same way, knit faces in 3 rows of each color (A, B, C) to a canvas width of 15 cm. Finish with 3 rows of color A. Yarn A, close the loops.

Run a fringe from both ends of the scarf as shown in the photo.

Scarf B

YARN: 1 skein of yarn of the following colors: yarn A – the color of iris (bright blue), yarn B – the color of kiwi, yarn C – warm purple.

Note: see “For fringe” – thread color changing technique. The scarf is knitted alternately with strips of the following patterns: pearl knitting and the “Rice” pattern, separating them with a garter stitch.

INITIAL RANGE: yarn A, dial 240 p.
SERIES 1 and 2: yarn A, knit the faces to the end of the row.
SERIES 3 and 4: yarn B, * 2 persons, 2 out; repeat from 4 to the end of the row. SERIES 5 AND 6: * 2 out of 2 persons; repeat from 4 to the end of the row.
SERIES 7-10: repeat rows 3-6 (pattern “Rice”). ROWS 11 AND 12: Yarn A, knit the faces to the end of the row.
Row 13: yarn B, * 1 persons, 1 out; repeat from * to the end of the row.
ROW 14: * 1 out of 1 person; repeat from * to the end of the row.
ROWS 15-20: Repeat rows 13 and 14 (pearl knitting).
ROWS 21 and 22: yarn A, knit the faces to the end of the row.
SERIES 23–42: repeat rows 3–22 one more time. Continue knitting in the specified color sequence.
SERIES 43–52: repeat rows 3–12. Yarn A close the loop.

Run a fringe from both ends of the scarf as shown in the photo.

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