I have several of the scarves from How to Knit Fashionable Scarves on Circle Looms, sitting around in a box in my closet. I keep tripping over the box since it sticks out a bit. I would donate these scarves but the majority are wool and need to be hand washed â€¦ SOâ€¦.instead..
I will be using this cash to get a crank knitter so I can work on making hats with my kids club kids and youth at church for our hat and mitten tree this year!! Help me help them cover that tree with hats!!
I am asking
$20 $15 per scarf, that will include shipping in the US.
Please email me at Denise@Knitchat.com if you are interested in a scarf. This is a first come first serve sale.
I prefer PayPal, but would be able to accept a check or US Money Order if you prefer to pay in that manner.
The ones I have available are:
Chelsea Hooded Scarf (100% wool)
Trafalgar Self-Fringing Scarf (100% acrylic)
Soho Neck Warmer (Wool Ease, wool acrylic blend)
Bloomsbury Chain Link Scarf (100% wool)
Camden Scarf (100% acrylic)
Piccadilly Scarf (100% wool)
Throughout the week I am going to be re-evaluating my knitting loom and knitting board â€˜collectionâ€™ as well. I need to weed a few looms and boards out, so look forward to that listing hopefully next Tuesday!
I am knitting the Oxford Mitered Scarf and have a questions about the k3tog. In the notes it tells you how to do this by moving the stitches on either side of the peg and knitting over. It then says to move the stitches in toward the center stitch as needed, so there are no any empty pegs. If the row says to k13, k3tog, k13, what do you with the working yarn after you k3tog? The yarn is by the first empty peg and the stitches will be moved in to cover the empty pegs. This seems to be complicated for a beginner pattern or maybe I am just dense. Sorry if this is not the place to post, but I did not see anywhere else to do it. I like the look of the scarf, but the instructions and notes are not clear to me.
Thanks for your help,