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Ice Cube Scarf

Difficulty level: *** Intermediate

Free Scarf Knitting Pattern

This patterns looks good made in self-striping yarn with long color changes, like Crystal Palace Mini Mochi or Noro Sock yarn. This yarn will make each square a different color.

Size: 6" (15 cm) x 60" (150 cm)

Crystal Palace Mini Mochi fingering weight yarn 195 yds (178 m) / 50 g, color 122 - 2 balls

Needles: circular or dpn #2 (2.75 mm) OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE.

Gauge: 20 st x 40 rows = 4" x 4" (10 x 10 cm)


Garter Stitch in rounds
Round 1: knit
Round 2: purl
Repeat rounds 1-2

The scarf consists of 10 blocks, which are connected in the process of knitting so there are no seams. Each block is knitted inwards on circular ("magic loop" method) or double-pointed needles, the same way socks and other seamless garments are made.

Block 1
Cast on 120 st, join and continue to work in rounds.
Work 1 purl round.
Round 2: Work k3tog the last st of the previous round and 1st and 2nd sts of this round, place marker, k27, k3tog, place marker, k27, k3tog, place marker, k27, k3tog, place marker, k27.
Round 3 and all odd rounds: purl
Round 4 and all even rounds: knit, working k3tog at the markers, decreasing each round for 8 sts.
Round 5: purl
Repeat rounds 4-5: until 8 sts remain. Cut yarn, leaving a 10" (25 cm) tail. Pull through all the remaining sts and secure.

Block 2
Cast on 89 sts and pick up 31 sts along one side of block 1, join and continue to work in rounds.
Work as block 1.

Block 3 and all other blocks work as block 2.

Knit 10 squares or until desired length.


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