I was planning on releasing this pattern yesterday, but a combination of eggnog and cookies had me asleep til noon. Bah humbug. As a belated holiday gift to all my followers, please welcome my free pattern Garland! Seed Stitch comprises the body of this piece, with the added detail of being knit on the bias. This gives the scarf added textural interest, and chic pointed ends. The best part is that this pattern is written for ‘recipe’ knitting and any yarn weight with their corresponding needle size may be substituted, tailoring pattern to your needs and specifications, making it a great stash diving project! With all that being said, lets dive in to this project.
Sample: 4’’ wide by 6.5’ long. Pattern can be made in any width or length
Materials and Tools
In seed stitch: 14 sts x 20 rows = 4'' for sample. Gauge is not critical for this project.
K2Tog- Knit two together
P2Tog- Purl two together
Kfb- Knit front back
Pbf- Purl back front
Cast on 25 sts or any multiple of 2 +1 using long tail method
Round 1- (K1, P1) until 1 st before end of row, K1.
Round 2- Kfb, (P1, K1) until 2 sts before end of row, P2tog.
Round 3- (P1, K1) until 1 st before end of row, P1.
Round 4- Pbf, (K1, P1) until 2 sts before end of row, K2tog.
Repeat rows 1-4 until desired length, then repeat row 1 once more.
Weave in all ends and block