Checkerboard Rib Scarf (Knit)

SKU: L50139

This knit scarf pattern is made with bulky weight yarn and has an easy (beginner+) level of difficulty.

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Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Scarf
Yarn Used
Scarfie - 826
Pattern Gauge
20 sts = about 4 in. (10 cm) in Checkerboard Rib pattern.;
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
5 Bulky
Dimensions Detail
About 9 x 36 in. (23 x 91.5 cm)
Pattern Craft
Knit
Made For
Adult, Woman

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Good advanced-beginner project

I'm new to knitting, and this project was great for practicing knit, purl, switching between, following a pattern, and fixing the inevitable minor screwups along the way. :) Definitely more interesting than a plain stockinette project. I found the scarf a little short as written, but had enough left on my ball of Scarfie to repeat the pattern a full two more times. My only critique is that the way the pattern is written (the way the repeats are grouped) makes it difficult to intuitively understand the pattern; it's worth taking a moment to think about how it works so you can count in a way that makes sense to you rather than awkwardly referring back to the printed pattern all the time. (Or a chart would have been nice.) But I'm very pleased with the end result!

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Good advanced-beginner project

I'm new to knitting, and this project was great for practicing knit, purl, switching between, following a pattern, and fixing the inevitable minor screwups along the way. :) Definitely more interesting than a plain stockinette project. I found the scarf a little short as written, but had enough left on my ball of Scarfie to repeat the pattern a full two more times. My only critique is that the way the pattern is written (the way the repeats are grouped) makes it difficult to intuitively understand the pattern; it's worth taking a moment to think about how it works so you can count in a way that makes sense to you rather than awkwardly referring back to the printed pattern all the time. (Or a chart would have been nice.) But I'm very pleased with the end result!