Pam Powers Ruffled and Ruched Scarf Pattern
Sophisticated and versatile scarf pattern to knit from Pam Powers Knits. This scarf is knitted vertically from the center out to the sides from provisionally cast-on stitches (instructions included with pattern.) The scalloped rose is placed on a pin and used as a closure for the many versatile ways you can "wrap" this scarf. The scarf pattern is very easy to follow using knit, purl, simple increases (knit front & back) and decreases (knit 2 together) to create the ruching.
Peach scarf in photograph is done in worsted weight yarn. Also included is pattern for DK weight yarn, (about 300 yards) on US 6 needles shown on the red version. There is also an addendum on how to get a more accurate gauge with instructions on how to adjust the pattern to get your desired length.
You will need:
Posted by Nancy at NobleKnits on 20th Oct 2012
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Posted by Jeanette on 20th Oct 2012
This isn't a review. I have a question and can't seem to get an answer. You have the list of yarn colors by number but no sample color....how do I know which color to order if the colous are not shown. Please Help.
Posted by Tonya on 16th Oct 2012
Such an attractive pattern. I too love the flower that attaches to the scarf. Eye catching. Love it!
Posted by Jobeth sherby on 5th Jun 2012
I am a recent knitter....only 4 or 5 years...I hesitated in doing anything other than scarves,afghans,cowls....so I feel a little liberated. I am on fixed income,so I cannot purchase the videos....but that is okay,they didn't have them 10 years ago and they knitted alot.....I enjoy knitting....
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jan 2011
I loved this pattern so much that I made it with three different yarns. If you do use the suggested ShibuiKnits Merino Worsted, plan on using fewer stitches than suggested if you want your finished project to look like the photo. My scarf ended up much longer, but is still beautiful. (The pattern explains you how to knit a swatch and adjust) I also made two more using two different mohair blends that were a light worsted/sport weight and followed the DK directions. The flower pattern that is included is so beautiful that you will want to make one in every color to pin to your coat or favorite hat!! JUST GORGEOUS!!
Posted by Unknown on 27th Nov 2010
This knitted up very nicely, but was hard to keep all the stitches on my needles. That's probably just my own lack of experience. One of the stitches (M1) was a new one for me. But I looked it up and managed.