Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Water Wave Shawl

Knifty Knitter Shawl

1. The main part of the knitting is done on every other peg. This makes the scarf very light and airy.
2. Wrap the first three pegs and knit 8 rows, back and forth.
3. Wrap the first three pegs, skip the next peg, and wrap around the next peg, turning back to the first 3 pegs.
4. Knit these loops and when you wrap again, skip the end peg and wrap around the next and turn.
5. Continue adding a stitch on the one side until you have the loom completely filled.
6. Knit these rows even for 18 rows.
7. Decrease one stitch on the right hand side, by turning on the last peg (make this last turning stitch very loose) and knit the next two stitches.
8. Using the crochet hook, take the loop from the turning peg and pull the next loop through the end one.
9. Place the remaining loop back on the same peg. Keep this very loose.
10. Knit even on the last three loops for about 8" and make a tassel for the end.
11. Sew the small loop on the opposite end to make a loop for the long end to go through.
12. Put fringe on scarf and tie the ends of the yarn so that it can't unravel.
What you will need.
Provo Craft Supplies
  • Knifty Knitter large yellow loom and hook
Other Supplies
  • One skein Water Wave yarn by Lion Brand
  • Yarn needle
  • Crochet hook J or K

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