Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Braided Scarf for the Knifty Knitter Spool Loom

Barbie loomed this version of the braided scarf pattern in blue and white hues. What a fun scarf. 

Provo Craft Tools

This pattern was originally designed by Alicia Underwood and published on the Provo Craft website. 

Other Supplies

  • 3 or 4 different skeins of yarn (your choice of color/style; use the Fun Fur, the regular knitting worsted yarn, or any other yarn)

Skill level: Beginner

Note: This is an easy project, and although it takes some time to make the tubes, it's worth it. To make the project go a little quicker, try using only 3 tubes instead of 5 for a scarf that isn't as bulky around the neck.

Step 1: Using the Spool Loom (the end with 5 pegs) and one strand of yarn, knit 5 tubes, each between 50" and 56" long. It is best if they are each different lengths.

Step 2: Hook the 5 tubes together as shown in the diagram (SEE DIAGRAM) and then braid them together. Then sew the tubes together using the yarn needle to ensure that they won't come undone.

Step 3: Using the Knifty Knitter Pom-Pom and Tassel Maker, put pom-poms on both ends of each tube. (The Fun Fur tube in this picture doesn't have pom-poms because Fun Fur doesn't make good pom-poms.)

Original design by Alicia Underwood.

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