Palindrome scarf: Getting longer

michaelpthompson's picture

The scarf is getting longer and longer, and I'm liking it better and better, though it's no longer scarf weather. My wife says it's a bit narrow, and it might be, but I'm making it long enough to compensate for that, I think.

I'm actually glad I'm using dpns instead of a cable needle because I don't have to worry about the gauge changing at the cables, and the dpn works just fine for holding the stitches.

I like this pattern better and better too, because it's reversible. The cables look the same front and back so there's no wrong side.

Want to make it a bit longer yet so I can wrap it around twice and still have plenty hanging down. I'm having fun now...


michaelpthompson's picture

It should be great for that

It should be great for that Tom. It's fairly simple and knits up pretty fast, but it's got a nice interesting pattern with some character, not just a plain garter stitch or something.

I think I've posted it before, but here's the link to the pattern if anybody's interested.

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Tom Hart's picture

Lookin' real good, Michael.

Lookin' real good, Michael. The oldest soup kitchen in San Francisco has put out a call for 2,500 scarves for Christmas. I've been looking around for a scarf pattern that I could get interested in and I think I've just found it. Thanks!