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Hello old and new friends. My blog has been inactive but I am still around. I loom-knit (and weave now, too!) but I seem to take more photos of my toddler than my crafts these days. She has that cute factor going for her. Because of this, I have started a tumblr called Tiny Taughts of our home lessons, crafts and projects. Please visit me there and I promise to come back here soon!


Monday, March 14, 2011

The Friendly Scarf Project, Square 7/10

Here's an easy but pleasing square for the scarf project! The rib patten just jogs over every few rows to create the diagonal, almost twisted, look.

Diagonal rib (to the left)

I don't think I chose the best yarn to show off the stitch. The twisted specks of pink and green are a bit distracting. But it's still a great stitch to keep your edges from rolling on flat projects. And it's reversible, too.

Diagonal rib (to the left)

Diagonal rib (to the left)
Knit flat; multiple of 6 sts. plus edge sts.
Row 1: *(P2 K4), rep from *
Row 2: *(K4, P2), rep from *
Row 3: *(P2 K4), rep from *
Row 4: *(K4 P2), rep from *
Row 5: *(K2 P2 K2), rep from *
Row 6: *(K2 P2 K2), rep from *
Row 7: *(K2 P2 K2), rep from *
Row 8: *(K2 P2 K2), rep from *
Row 9: *(K4 P2), rep from *
Row 10: *(P2 K4), rep from *
Row 11: *(K4 P2), rep from *
Row 12: *(P2 K4), rep from *

2 comments:

  1. I like the diagonal rib pattern. What brand loom are you using? The pegs appear to be closer tan on any round loom I have seen.

    Sorry can't seem to post any way except Anonymous...

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  2. I'm not sure who you are but that's ok ... I'll help anyone who is interested in loom knitting. ;-)

    I'm using a Decor Accents extra-small gauge loom in adult hat size. It works well with worsted yarns. http://www.dalooms.com/product_p/ht-esg.htm

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