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Diana Ruffle Neck Warmer


If you have ever knit the Potato Chip Scarf then you will notice straight away that the Diana Ruffle Neck Warmer uses the same principle. Knit in Dk but for a chunkier look you could try aran or chunky using a bigger needle.

Diana Ruffle Neck Warmer

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Ceecee’s Crafts Yarn Artists

Requirements

2x 100 grms Dk yarn ( 590 metres)

5.5mm needles

3 stitch markers

Abbreviations

Pm – place marker

Kfb – knit into the front and back of the stitch to increase

Pattern

The frill

With 5.5 mm needles cast on 20 stitches and knit one row into the back of each stitch

*Row 1 & 2 – k8 turn – k8

Row 3& 4 – k6,turn k6

Row 5 & 6 – k4,turn k4

Row 7 – knit across all 20 stitches*

Repeat rows 1 – 7 until you have 50 ladders (garter stitch ridges up the centre stitches) you will notice that your work curls. Don’t worry this is correct)

Cast off

The body

Lay your work flat and starting from left to right slide your needle through 100 stitches along the lower edge of the centre garter stitch pattern. You will notice that this is not evenly place – this is correct.

Join on yarn and knit across 100 stitches

Knit 3 rows

Shaping

*K25 pm* ( 3 times in all)

Purl 1 row

*Row 1 – Kfb first stitch ** knit to the stitch before the stitch marker kfb of stitch slip stitch marker and kfb the next stitch** repeat from **-** until last stitch Kfb this stitch ( you have increased 8 stitches)

Row 2 – purl all stitches sliding stitch marker as you go*

Continue rows 1 – 2 *-* 7 times in all (156 stitches) or until length required. If you decide to lengthen your garment continue to increase on row 1.

Boarder

**Row 1 – – Kfb first stitch * knit to the stitch before the stitch marker kfb of stitch slip stitch marker and kfb the next stitch* repeat from *-* until last stitch Kfb this stitch

Row 2 – knit all stitches**

Repeat ** - ** one more time

Repeat row 1 – once more

Cast off knitwise

Sew up back seam and ruffle with a flat stitch


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