Thursday, December 10

Tilting Stars Scarf -- another newbie!

Get starry eyed with the Tilting Stars Scarf. :)

This sample scarf of 15 stars was knit using just one skein of Noro Chirmen (137 yds) on size 7 (4.5 mm) straight needles. It doesn't take very much yarn to knit one star. My finished scarf is 3” wide x 56” long.

This is an easy two needle pattern. Cast on and knit each star beginning at the outside edge. You'll be surprised to see how fast you can knit one. Two stitches close the seam. Then use your cast on and ending yarn tails to join the stars into a scarf (or create a hanging loop for an ornament). Fun and easy peasy!

Knit the stars in any weight of yarn you like with a needle size recommended for whatever weight of yarn you choose.

Raid your scrap box and make a scrappy scarf.

Use individual ones for tree ornaments or package tie ons.

Make a headband, a starry vest, a necklace, appliques, coasters, etc.

This pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.

For more information, visit my Ravelry pattern store to see all my available designs, current pricing information, and purchase pattern downloads.

1 comment:

MUDNYC said...

That looks really cool, Vicki! Good job!