A gorgeous and easy knitted scarf pattern, based on seed stitch and wedges. This pattern can use virtually any type of yarn, but is especially great for hand-spun or gradient yarns, as you don't need to know exact yardage. You just knit wedges until you're happy or until you run out of yarn. Woo!
Fabulous scarf pattern that will help you stretch your knitting wings without getting you frustrated. Plus I looks fabulous. I can't wait to try it out in fiery fall colors!
Rating a 4 only because I haven't tried the pattern yet. Looking for a gradient worsted weight yarn. The colors I like are not the correct yarn. Chandi, I'm anxious to see what yarns/colors you have been working on! More please!
The pattern is incredibly easy to follow and it really doesn't take very long to knit the whole scarf. Another plus is that it doesn't take that much yarn so it's great to use any leftover yarn from a previous project. The end product is amazing!
this was the 1st pattern i did with short rows that weren't added to an edge. Chandi told me just what you-tube to see to set me on the path. the scarf is so lovely, elegant and Reversible. also, it was less time consuming than some scarves can be. it is a favorite pattern for me to use many times. enchantee
This is a pattern that has style. Depending on the yarn, this could be wore with dressy or casual. I have some gradient yarn that I'd love to knit up in this pattern and I would love to use some of my hand spun. It just looks like a great pattern. I haven't had time to use it yet, but it won't be long.
I am writing a review about "Peacock Feather"! It is the most amazing fibre I have ever seen, and as I have a Peacock Feather on hand cannot believe how you have managed to get the intensity of colours blended with the gold, they are absolutely perfect. Maybe I sound a bit like a raving "mad woman" but the colours are so vibrant, exactly like the feather, makes me wish I had purchased more, although I don't know what I would do with it because I am finding it quite hard to rewind it because I may spoil the imagery. Congratulations! I love,love,love it!!
I have admired this pattern since it was posted. I haven't had time to make it. It looks a little more difficult than I expected, but that's fine. We all need to stretch our talents. I have several Color shifting spectrum yarn. The only problem is choosing which one to use. I would recommend this to others because it is a very pretty pattern.
I really love this scarf. I'm working on it now and I just can't pass by it without working a few rows. Can't wait till it's finished.
I am long time knitter with elementary skills. This pattern was very easy with a little online help for stitches I was not familair with. But there are are only 2 or 3 and they are EASILY learned and easy to remember. It is amazing how simple knitting stitches in a different order can produce such an unusual finished product. I recommend it!! and hope to get a few made for gifts. very doable.