Mitered Scallop Scarf

I've been experimenting with several ideas for mitered squares over the past month and this is one of the first ideas that I came up with.  It's a simple pattern to help you get started on your first mitered square project.  The scarf measures approximately 2.25” W from point to point on each diamond and can be knit to any length you like.  Mine is going to be about 22-25 squares when finished.  I'll post new pictures here when it's done.  I have about 5 more squares to go, but hope to finish by the end of July.

This was done on the Kiss Fixed 1 Fine Gauge Loom, but you can use any loom or gauge/yarn to do this project.  It is very versatile to what you have to work with.  I used a Noro Sock Yarn for mine with built in color changes.  You can easily do each square a different color if you chose.

If you make this project, please send in pictures.  I'd love to see all the different color/yarn/texture variations that you can come up with!  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Click here for Mitered Scallop Scarf pattern.

Andalusian Ribbed Socks

For this pattern I have used the Andalusian stitch for the foot of the sock and a wide rib (K3, P1) for the cuff.  I hope you like them!  The Andalusian stitch doesn't show up as well in the photos as I would like but adds a visible texture in person.

Click here for Andalusian Ribbed Stitch Sock pattern.

Guitar Scarf

Here is my hubby modeling the guitar scarf that I made for my brother for Christmas.  It turned out really well in a double knit using the Authentic Knitting Board.  Cost: $1.00.  I'll email pattern after I receive the paypal notification.


Andalusian Washcloth

This Andalusian Stitch Washcloth was created for our 2010 Loom Knitting retreat.  We are now releasing it as a free pattern.  It is a great basic stitch to use for all kinds of things.  Incorporate it into a sweater or shawl, even a blanket.  It's very pretty even with varigated yarn but really shines with solid yarns.  This cloth was done with 100% cotton on the Kiss Lil Slim Loom.

Click here for pattern.

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