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starting a new project again…

November 24, 2008 , , , , , , ,

After knitting the scarf for my husband, I suddenly found that Erika doesn’t have any scarf!! 

Oh my GOd, I shouldn’t left her out. 

SO, I am going to knit her a little scarf. Since she is tiny, she doesn’t need a long scarf, nor anything too fancy.

I used the stitch pattern from “A treasury of knitting patterns” by Barbara Walker.

THe SLipped Diagonal Rib pattern, it looks simple, but quite stylish if you compare with the usual 1×1, or 2×2 ribs patterns. 

I casted on 20 stitches only, and repeat the pattern over and over.

I will try few more repeats tonight and see how it goes.

Slipped Diagonal Rib Pattern:

Row 1 (WS) – K1 , *K3, p1; rep from *, end K1.

Row 2 – K1, *Sl 1 wyib, p3; rep from *, end k1.

Row 3 – K1, *k3, sl1 wyif; rep from *, end K1.

Row 4 – K1, *Drop sl-st to front of work, p2, pick up dropped st and knit it, p1; rep from * , end K1.

Row 5 – K2, *p1, k3; rep from *.

Row 6 – K1, *p2, sl 1 wyib, p1; rep from * , end k1.

Row 7 – K2, *sl 1 wyif, k3; rep from *.

Row 8 – K1, p2, *drop sl-st to front of work, p2, pick up dropped st and knit it, p1; rep from * to last 3 sts, end drop sl-st to front of work , p1, pick up dropped st and purl it, k1.

(quite familiar to the ballband washcloth pattern though.)

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