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  • Bella Goulart

    Fish Scale knitting stitch PATTERN:  Maultiples of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

  • Fruticosus Designs

    fiber arts MFA- knitting pattern

  • Gloria Becerra

    Fish Scale Scarf PATTERN:  Multiples of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

  • Susanna White

    Fish Scales Scarf | Free Pattern PATTERN: Maultiples of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

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Nacy Neill took this photo right around the time I choose to be a fiber arts major.  It reminds me of the best choice I’ve made! PATTERN:  Maultiples of 3 Row1: purl Row2: (right side) K2, *YO, K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first two 2 sts; rep from * to last st, K1 Row3: Purl Row4: K1, *K3, pass 3rd st on righthand needle over first 2sts, YO; rep from* to last 2 sts, K2 Rep 4 rows, happy knitting :)

embroidery - I like the way this produces a varied, almost thread-painted look, but with such a strong, regular stitch texture

Very interesting stitch pattern

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This is beautiful. Use a high quality yarn, such as cashmere. I added 2" to the length. The edges are finished with an I cord knit into the pattern. I will make this one again.

Drifted Pearls Scarf Knitting Pattern (PDF) from Etsy Shop sadieandoliver ($5.50 CAD)

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I think this Hounds Tooth Scarf is in order for the coming winter months. Not sure if I will do it as an infinity or standard scarf. Either would be lovely I think.

  • bettylou

    I finished this scarf a couple of weeks ago and it turned out as lovely as the photo above. The directions on the tutorial are wonderful and easy to follow. Looking forward to pulling this out come winter!

beautiful!knit and crochet..

Seascape Stole, by Kieran Foley ~~ free something blue by mary.w.e, via Flickr