Devo Scarf #2

This time, when I knitted the Devo scarf, I converted the knitted pattern to a loom knitted pattern. Basically, every even numbered row, I switched to the opposite stitch, and completed the row backwards. I love how it turned out!

This is an easy pattern, which has enjoyable repeats. I used thee and 1/2 balls of Filatura Di Crosa Zarone, color 1017 and knit the scarf on a small gauge Wonderloom. This scarf will be shipped off to College Son #2.

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2 responses to “Devo Scarf #2

  1. Hi i love how your scarf came out. i wanted to make this for my husband when i first saw it but was a bit confused by one line in the pattern…

    Row 1) K3, P2 * K4, P2 *, K3
    Row 2) Even rows 2 – 8 work stitches as presented
    Row 3) Odd rows 3 – 7 work as Row 1

    what exactly does Row 2) mean. work stitches as presented????

    thanks for any help you can provide.
    Tonya

  2. work stitches as presented means:

    work the previous row backwards. for instance
    row two would look like this:

    K3, *P2, K4* P2, K3

    In other words, whatever stitch was on the peg in the previous row, you do that same stitch.

    Hope that helps!

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