|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|
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Water Wave Shawl
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