Carolyn Scarf Knitting Pattern

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Carolyn Scarf is named for my mother. I received 2 balls of
bright orange Classic Elite Bamboo and immediately thought of
her. She loves orange, and I thought the bamboo will create a
wonderful drape and the color will be great for her.

The cascading leaves are complimented with a fun stem that
helps to add to the overall drapey effect of the scarf.

Knit in two pieces this scarf is sewn up the center to create complimenting sides. A provisional cast on may be used if desired. This is a fairly fast project which can be knit as long as desired.

Materials Needed:
Size 7 (4.50mm) straight needles
2 balls of Classic Elite Bamboo 100% bamboo 77 yards
Darning needle

Abbreviations
K– Knit
P—Purl
K2tog - knit 2 stitches together (decrease 1 stitch)
K3tog—knit 3 stitches together (decrease 2 stitches)
SSK—Knit 2 stitches together through back loop (decrease 1
stitch)
YO—yarn over needle to create new stitch
P3tog—purl 3 stitches together (decrease 2 stitches)
P2tog—purl 2 stitches together (decrease 1 stitch)
Sl—Slip stitch as if to purl, holding yarn in back

Instructions are charted and written



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Speedy delivery. Clearly written! Thanks for the free pattern you included.
Dec 16, 2011 by A fellow maker
Aug 23, 2011 by A fellow maker
Very nice pattern!! Thank you very much!!
Apr 8, 2011 by A fellow maker

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