I have 3 skeins of blue worsted yarn i think,the yarn does not have any label on it,i bought it on ebay but in the auction it says for us 7-8 needles.
And now i think i want to make a scarf whit but i have not found a pattern that i liked for it so any ideas or fav patterns for scarves?
I'm not sure how easy you want, but what about just K1P1 ribbing? It's a classic look that will never go out of style. Or you could do garter stitch on the diagonal. I think the Irish Hiking Scarf is made out of worsted, but that's cable. Another one is My So called scarf, but that you might have to adjust. Or the Yarn Harlot's new one: http://www.yarnharlot.ca/blog/archiv...pun_scarf.html
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3 pair of clogs
OTN: Wonderful Wallaby for dd(on hold)
Pigeldy done but needs to be seamed and felted
Thorne market bag
Clogs (to replace shawls)
In line to be cast on:Clogs (2 more pair)
scarf for ds
cat scarf for ds#2
2 booga bags
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I agree with stirsmommy. Silver's Palindrome Scarf is very easy and yet looks so nice, and the plus is that it is reversible. It looks the same front and back! I've never made anything so easy in all the time I've been knitting.
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I love "My So-Called Scarf". While it calls for US11 needles, you could knit it up on the appropriate needles for your yarn and just resize the number of stitches needed for the rows. It is a super easy and groovy knit, IMO.
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