I just ripped my scarf out and want to know how you would do the following pattern. In the picture it does not look like it curls at all but when I was doing it, it was curling bad. This is a very attractive scarf and I could email a picture if you would like to see .
CO 100 sts.
Work in St st for 20 rows (about 21/2”)
On the next row, k2tog, rep across – 50 sts.
P the next row.
On the next row, k2tog, rep across – 25 sts.
K the next row.
Work in short rows for point, as follows:
R 1: K1, turn
R 2: P1, turn
R 3: K2, turn
R4: P2, turn
R5: K3, turn
R6: P3, turn
R7: K4, turn
R8: P4, turn
R9: K5, turn
R10: P5, turn
Cont. k 1 more st in each row and then p back to the end on the following row until you are working across all 25 sts.
Work in St st until 44” from the end of the ruffle or desired length, less the other ruffle.
Work short rows for point, as follows:
R1: K24, turn
R2: P24, turn
R3: K23, turn
R4: P23, turn
R5: K22, turn
R6: P22, turn
R7: K21, turn
R8: P21, turn
R9: K20, turn
R10: P20, turn
Cont. k 1 less st in each row and then p the same number of sts.
as the previous row until you k1 st and p1 st
Inc. for ruffle, as follows:
* On the next row, k into the front and back of each st across – 50 sts.
* P the next row
* On the next row, k into the front and back of each st across – 100 sts.
Work even in St st until ruffle is the same length as the beginning ruffle.
BO and weave in ends.