I have had many computer issues for some months – and I cannot find the mail in my folders – so if you were the one who asked me I am sorry it has taken a while.
I seem to remember that the question was should 4mm needles be used, me I would use a larger needle than the label suggests because there is quite a variety of yarns in the hank and you will see them better on a larger needle. I would also leave the knots as they are so they become part of the design of the scarf. This scarf will not need a fringe because of the interest created by the mix of textures in the hank.
Cast on 15 or so stitches and knit every row until there is only enough yarn to cast off, sew in the ends and you will have a unique skinny scarf which will be fun to wear.
OR you could modify the method I used for the throw by increasing to 15 or so stitches and you will have created a skinny scarf with pointed ends.
Because we are moving I don’t in which box my Moda Vera is to check the label for the suggested size. A little rave about the yarn
Flamboyant scarf – free pattern This is a free pattern from Pickles website based in Norway. The instructions are in English – it is a bit like what I have suggested here.
Good luck with it.
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