My last few knitting projects have been large blankets, so I needed some small projects to fly off the needles so I could have a sense of accomplishment! It’s also the middle of winter, so a cosy scarf (or two) was in order. Enter the ‘Easy Mistake Stitch Scarf’.
The scarf can be finished and worn as a loose scarf, or sew the ends together and you have yourself a cosy infinity scarf that can be looped twice around your neck.
Mistake Stitch is a great stitch for beginner knitters as it is just a repeating pattern of Knit and Purl stitches. It knits up to a loftier style of stitch than ‘normal’ rib stitch, so your scarf will be extra cosy and warm.
I have finished two scarves, and am onto my third.
The first was knitted using Morris & Sons 14 Ply Chunky yarn.
The second was knitted using Abbey Road Wool to be Wild yarn
Mistake Stitch Scarf
Stitches and Techniques
The pattern suits beginner level knitters. This pattern is knitted flat on straight needles.
The following stitches and techniques are used.
Skill Level – Easy.
Yarn – 10 or 12 or 14 Ply.
Finished Size – one size fits all.
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