My So Called Scarf knit-along

Darrel's picture

It's official! Let's all knit a scarf together!

Below is the modified My So Called Scarf pattern (watch video)

I like the modified first row proposed by Ingrid, also demonstrated in the video, but feel free to use the original pattern linked above.

Don't be afraid to get creative and try a different yarn or gauge!

Materials:
•2 Skeins of Manos del Uruguay
•US 11 Needles
•Darning Needle

Glossary:
•psso-pass slipped stitch over
•P2tog-purl 2 together

Instructions:

•CO 30 stitches

•Row 1: K1 *sl1, K1, yo, psso two stitches on right needle* K1.

•Row 2: *P2tog, do not slip stitches off the needle, purl the first stitch again, slip both stitches off needle*

•Repeat rows 1 and 2 until you run out of yarn.
•BO.
•Weave in all ends.

knitty pilgrim's picture

My So-Called Progress... As

My So-Called Progress...

As I said...suitably dour...

[img_assist|nid=3025|title=So-Called Pilgrim Scarf_1|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=|height=0]http://knittypilgrim.blogspot.com/

PaganCub's picture

i got really confused just

i got really confused just by reading the pattern (mainly because i'm working a beanie in the round...and this plied/braided/chained/multiple-strings-somehow-woven-to-make-yarn yarn is such a pain in the ass)...but i'm not working the pattern....so it might be really easy.

however, it looks as if you could just twist your knit stitches and achieve the same effect. i may try it.

i'll get my aunt to do *that* pattern while i work my twisted stitches and see the end result.

KilgoreTrout's picture

Well the more I look at the

Well the more I look at the scarf the more I want to make my own...even though I vowed to never make another scarf since I have way too many... But I think it will be a good project to use some of my stash...just trying to find the right combo before I CO....

knitty pilgrim's picture

With a sigh and a

With a sigh and a smile...
Having stumbled upon two skeins of Manos del Uruguay (in a suitably dour gray colorway) in the archive of his formidable stash, the Pilgrim grudgingly joins in the fun. Grudgingly because, well, he has at least four other projects in varying stages of progress already...more information of which can be found by visiting his online home:
http://knittypilgrim.blogspot.com/

VillageKnittiot's picture

i started one a couple weeks

i started one a couple weeks ago in Noro Silk Garden. (talk about a pain to frog. Will be restarting again. (but I think with something smoother I have some artyarns product in my stash. Just FYI the slip is as if to purl with yarn in back. I know its standard (now) But in case any of the new knitters get confused when it's not written out. I did a few rows with slip as if to knit, didn't see much difference, except I think the twist made it tighter, and tougher to do the purl side.

Elemmaciltur's picture

Darn...I'm a tad too

Darn...I'm a tad too early...or the KAL's a tad too late for me. :-p

Am Kalten Polar MSCS (FO)

Started: Originally started on 05th March 2007, frogged and re-started on 25th August 2007
Finished: 28th August 2007
Yarn: Rohrspatz & Wollmeise Worsted Merino-Lambwool in the colourway "Am kalten Polar" ("At the cold Polar")
Needles: 7 mm - 60 cm length Addi Turbos Circs
Pattern: My So Called Scarf from Sheep in the City
Modifications: I added a chain edge

scubasinger's picture

Count me in as well. I'll

Count me in as well.

I'll be using Paton's SWS....have been wanting to play with some of the soy blends and this is a great opportunity.

eyedoc's picture

I'm in too!! Count me in

I'm in too!!

Count me in too! I also have ordered some Manos del Uruguay from jimmybeanswool.com... 2 skeins of brick and 2 of eclipse. I figure I will decide which to use for this scarf when I see them! It may be a while before I start it as I am trying to get a jumpstart on Holiday gifts! I will attempt to post a pic when it is done!!

Shawn

RCC's picture

Count me

Count me in..............I'll select something from my stash after the holiday weekend away from home!

Aaronknits's picture

I'm in too! Not sure if I'll

I'm in too! Not sure if I'll use the Manos or substitute something else. I may use up some Plymouth Boku that I have in my stash.

Celowin's picture

Sure, it sounds like fun,

Sure, it sounds like fun, I'll join in. I'll probably be a bit on the slow side, though... it will take close to two weeks for me to get any yarn in, and even then I might not be able to start right away. Ah well, I don't think that speed is the important thing here anyway....

phantomknitter's picture

Knit on, brethren... "I'll

Knit on, brethren...

"I'll publish right or wrong; fools are my theme, let satire be my song." --LB

YugiDean's picture

Definitely in. Also

Definitely in. Also purchased some Manos del Uruguay from JimmyBeansWool.com I'm doing it in "Adobe." w00t!

potterdc's picture

I'm in! I'm using some left

I'm in! I'm using some left over Noro silk and size 10.5 needles. Wish I had seen that video before I had started!

Jonathan

Think less, enjoy it more.

superi's picture

Of course I'm in... almost

Of course I'm in... almost 1/2 way done already!

Crafty Andy's picture

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog I

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog

I really liked the video as it helps a lot in understanding the stitch, thanks. I have some wool and silk, When we are don are we to post pictures,?

Darrel's picture

I'd say post as many

I'd say post as many pictures as you feel like posting! It'd be great to see some in-process pics from everyone to build anticipation.

sirknitsalot's picture

I like! I just ordered 2

I like! I just ordered 2 skeins of the yarn mentioned above in "lava" so I can knit one up. The skeins were only $13.50 at https://www.jimmybeanswool.com/