Deadmau5 has made his way to NYC and had 3 concerts – Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Since they sold out pretty quickly, a couple of friends and I were somehow able to snag Thursday tickets.
Since then, I have modified the pattern to have a more defined “weave” look with a nice border. The original was a 2×2 basketweave w/ no borders. This is a 3×3 basketweave with a 3 stitch garter border.
It’s a classic pattern so it’s adaptable for guys and girls (a tip: use solid, darker colors for the dudes. you have a little more color freedom for girls).
Yarn: Classic by Ella Rae (100% wool yarn; worsted/10 ply; a cheaper alternative to Cascade 220)
Needles: Size 8
Dimensions of finished scarf: Appox 5′ long and 6″ wide.
Cast on 36 stitches. (You can make it narrower/shorter by using another number divisible by 6)
Rows 1-4: K36
Rows 5, 6, 7: K3, (K3, P3) 5x, K3
Rows 8, 9, 10: K3, (P3, K3) 5x, K3
Repeat these 6 rows til happy with length of scarf.
Last 4 rows: K36
You can find it on Ravelry under “Three by Three Scarf“
Pattern: Eton’s Scarf
Yarn: Cascade 220 (100% wool yarn; worsted/10 ply)
Needles: Size 8 (5mm)
Dimensions: Appox 5′ long and 6″ wide.
Cast on 36 stitches. You can make it narrower/wider by using a number divisible by 4.
* For a cleaner edge, slip the first stitch of every row *
Row 1&2: (K2, P2) – repeat til end of row.
Row 3&4: (P2, K2) – repeat til end of row.
Repeat til happy with length of scarf.
Pretty simple, eh? It makes for some great train knitting while listening to music and/or podcasts.
P.S. Thank you to everyone out there who’s been reading my blog this year. You guys definitely keep me writing – it’s nice to know you’re not writing into the ether…
Addendum: It took me a month to finish this scarf since I put it down and picked it up several times. Otherwise, it should take no longer than a week or two – depends on your knitting speed.
Addendum #2: For a cool looking chunky cowl with this pattern, you can double up 2 worsted yarns (creates a nice marble pattern) with size 15 needles. You can knit it flat and sew up or crochet the edges together.