I’m working on this headband to match my Coral Vertical Strip Cowl Scarf. I know I could finish it up in a matter of minutes but for whatever reason I keep getting distracted, until today. Today I’m going to finish it!
I have this cute coat that is solid black, I really like it but it needs some colour. So, off to the yarn store I went. Apparently this is “pink” but this dye lot looks a lot more like coral. I whipped this guy up rather quickly using the same pattern as my Two-Tone Cowl Infinity Scarf and the same 8 mm needles. I used a 3 needle bind-off technique to connect the scarf. (A tutorial for the 3 needle bind off coming soon!)
I did a slip edge this time, it is a lot cleaner. I’ll likely use that on everything I knit now.
This was an easy couple hours project and perfect for new knitters.
I wanted a poncho… who doesn’t want to participate in this cute trend? And I knew I could knit one but I couldn’t find a free pattern anywhere. So I took the little I knew, and I invented one.
So world, here is a free poncho pattern – if we can call it a pattern. This pattern uses 2 stitches a knit stitch and yarn over. I also used the slip edge technique, adding a stitch and 3-needle bind off.
I used a really chunky yarn for this scarf and it is REALLY warm! I added cute pockets to make it adorable, to give my fingers a home in the middle of the COLD Canadian winters and to make it Canadian Flag esk.
In this scarf I learnt the “knit 1 below” (k1b) stitch and I absolutely love the look of it. Even thought I’m knitting horizontal lines the k1b makes vertical lines in the knit. Essentially, you perform the same knit stitch as you would when performing the stocking stitch, but you do so into the loop below the knit on the needle. This was a perfect next step stitch to learn as a new knitter, it was simple and added to what I already knew.