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jenarita 10-25-2007 03:43 PM

Help identifying a pattern??
Hello all!
I was blog surfing today, and came across this blog and scarf, which I am totally in love with... but the owner of the blog doesnt know what pattern she used for the scarf... hoping someone here might be able to help.
Any ideas?
Thanks so much!

Jan in CA 10-25-2007 08:39 PM

Looks like a short row scarf of some type..? I didn't find a pattern though. :think: It really is pretty, I'd like to have the pattern, too!

brittyknits 10-25-2007 09:36 PM

What a great pattern! Could you write directly to the blogger and ask her? I looked through my scarf books and it's not in any of these (at least it will give you a start, knowing where NOT to look:) !:
Scarf Style, Pam Allen
Vogue on the Go, Scarves book 1
Vogue on the Go, Scarves book 2
The Best of Knitters Magazine, Shawls and Scarves
Knit Ponchos, Wraps and Scarves, Davis
Simple 1-2-3, Knitting Scarves

Jints 10-25-2007 10:08 PM

It looks a lot like this one.
I do prefer the pink one though, very pretty.

suzeeq 10-25-2007 11:39 PM

It might be this one in garter st -
though the one jints posted is closer.

jenarita 10-26-2007 01:39 AM

I had also posted this question over on Ravelry... and someone helped me identify what I think the pattern is. The photo of the WIP on Ravelry is done in blocks of color, so its a bit hard to tell. I am going to check out the book and see if in fact this is the pattern.

I think it is Stacked Wedges, from the book Knitting New Scarves, by Lynne Barr.

Thanks for all the help!


Jan in CA 10-26-2007 01:54 AM


Originally Posted by jenarita (Post 991194)
I think it is Stacked Wedges, from the book Knitting New Scarves, by Lynne Barr.

I think you're ri ght! I looked at the book on Knitpicks and it's really close!

Yvonne 10-30-2007 05:58 AM

Looks like a multiple of 3 stitches (18 stitches in that pic) doing short rows increasing by 3 stitches knit on each right-side row.
IOW, K3, turn, K3
K6, turn, K6
K9, turn, K9
etc until all the stitches have been used up. Knit one row (to get to the opposite side of the scarf to alternate wedges) Then start all over again.
This is my best guess but would swatch to make sure. :p

debb 10-30-2007 11:53 AM

there's a similar pattern in this book also

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