Saturday, February 6

School of Fishies Scarf pattern

Here's another new knitting pattern -- The School of Fishies Scarf.
It's a fun to knit scarf in garter stitch without any seams. Simple increases and decreases shape the fish.

Cast on and knit the fish in a line from nose to tail. The pattern is written for worsted weight and size 8 needles but you can use any weight of yarn you like with the appropriate needle size.

I used about 130 yards of worsted weight for a scarf of 12 fishies that is about 60" long and over 3" wide. The picture on the left shows the sample scarf I knit with Noro Kureyon.

It would be fun to knit it using a different color for each fish. You could even add some beads for eyes.

Single fishies could be used for appliques. Make a funky headband or belt out them.

The pattern is formatted as a little brochure. Print it out on both sides of a sheet of paper, fold it in half and tuck it in your knitting bag.

The pattern can be found in my Ravelry pattern store.  

All money from pattern purchases will be donated to Pet Refuge.

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

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