Knitted Ruffle Scarf

My Aunt showed me a different kind of wool she’s been using to knit ruffled scarves. Of course I wanted to try so I headed to the wool store and bought myself two balls of yarn.

Step 1: Open and stretch the yarn.

Knitted Ruffle ScarfKnitted Ruffle ScarfStep 2: Cast on 9 stitches, using the top side of the yarn, on size 6 needles. The amount of stitches or size of needles could be easily adjusted. In between each stitch leave about 1 inch of yarn. This creates the ruffle.

Knitted Ruffle ScarfStep 3: Knit. I find I’m slower with this wool than with normal wool but I’m also not much of a knitter.

Knitted Ruffle ScarfThat’s as far as I’ve gotten. You see, I was knitting and realized that my first ball of yarn ran out. When I went to get out the second ball to finish the scarf, I can’t remeber where I put it. I think one of my family is messing with me… I don’t know… but it seems that I have to go and buy another one or beg them to give it to me.

Step 4: Cast off like you would with normal yarn. When you get to the last stitch, thread the yarn all the way through the last stitch and tie it in a knot. Seeing as I haven’t done step 4, I obviously don’t have a picture.

Knitted Ruffle ScarfI hope you got the idea and be inspired to knit one. All the things that you can do when you are on lockdown.

Knitted Ruffle Scarf

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