Twirly Scarf

This pattern is incredibly simple, and you can use ANY yarn you like - Just adjust the needle size according to what you are using.
These ones are made using Sublime Kid Mohair - just 1 x 25g ball each (Black Sheep wools have this MASSIVELY reduced!)

The Pattern

Cast on 15st

Row 1 - K2, bring yarn to front between needles (YF) - turn and K2 (same 2st)
K4, YF, turn, K4
K6, YF, Turn, K6
Row 2 - Repeat Row 1

Repeat Row 1 and 2 until your scarf is as long as you want it to be, or until you run out of wool! 
Cast off.
Each end of the scarf will be V shaped, I have sewn the V up, making the end of the scarf round instead.

Good Luck! 

Oh - and if you are not sure about anything, just ask - plus, if you do knit one of these, take a picture and let me see!


Sequinned Twirly Scarf
by K Rimmer

You will need 1 ball of King Cole Galaxy DK (yarn in photo is Mercury)
Needles as advised on ball.

This is a pattern knit over 2 rows

Cast on 37st
R1,          K2  turn K2, K4 turn K4, K6 turn K6, K37
R2,          K2  turn K2, K4 turn K4, K6 turn K6, K6, P25, K6
Repeat these 2 rows until desired length achieved, Cast off – sew ends together.

The pattern can be altered width wise by adding to or subtracting from the 25st in the centre of the pattern that are completed in stst – in this case there are 25st, these can be as few as 3 st or as many as you like! 

Droplets Face cloth

This is for a face cloth - I have called it Droplets - and the nice thing about this pattern is that it looks equally good on either side!

Please feel free to print a copy off - and share the love! 

 and - if you feel like it, leave a comment (I LOVE COMMENTS!) - send a photo of your finished cloth, keep in touch!


Material; 1 x 50g ball of Sirdar Simply Recycled DK cotton (I have used shade 0011 - but feel free to substitute for any other DK cotton)
The link is to the black sheep wools who currently have this yarn on special offer - and some gorgeous colours! 
1 ball will make 2 face cloths.

Needles; 1 set of 4.5 mm needles. - the tension is not too important as this is a face cloth! but adjust your needles if you are a tight or loose knitter.

Special instructions; K = knit. P = purl. k2tog = knit 2 together. p2tog = purl 2 together. yo = yarn over 

The Pattern;

Cast on 49 st. (thumb method is best)

Row 1 & 2 Knit

Main pattern;

R1 – K2, P3, *k3, yo, p3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
R2 – K5 *p4, k3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
R3 – K2, P3 *k1, k2tog, yo, k1, p3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
R4 – K5, *p2, p2tog, k3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
R5 – K2, P3, *k1, yo, k2tog, p3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
R6 – K5, *p3, k3; rep from * to last 2 st. K2
Rep these 6 pattern rows 7 more times (8 repeats in total)
K 2 rows and bind off. 

This pattern should not need blocking.