Winter White Chevron Scarf

I made this for myself

Created by: Mary H

  • Project Details


    I want a subtle but detailed scarf to go complement my dress coat. I started this Noro Chevron pattern on this winter white color of 50% Alpaca + 505 Peruvian Highland Wool. It is a challenging pattern for me as a beginner, but I am beginning to like it as the pattern emerges. 1-4-18: It never got cold enough last winter, and I had terrible times getting the pattern right - plus the first 8 1/2 inches were a mess, and I did not know how to fix that.
    This year, I discovered by Megan, and in her Knitting/ExpertKnitting/How to Undo Your Knitting article, I found out how to put in a lifeline in already knitted fabric, cut the mistaken 8 1/2 “ of knitting off, unravel it, and use it for finishing off and extending the other unfinished end. The process was extremely fiddly, but I am delighted with the results.When people look at a scarf, they always pick up the end, and now it no longer is gruesome. THIS IS AN AMAZING SAVE, I included the brutal picture of the cut

    Needles & Hooks

    • Single Point 5.00mm (US 8)


    • Stitch Markers
    • Tapestry Needle


    • Scarves
    • Women


    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Beginner


    project-state Complete
    Started on: Jan 10, 2017 Finished on: May 8, 2017
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