Definitely too many stitches.

There are going to two ways to work the finishing/border on the Stay-at-Home Auxiliary Scarf, because if you do all 14 squares and pick up stitches to knit the border the way I had planned it, you are going to have something like 902 sts crammed on a 48”-60” needle, and that is not theContinue reading “Definitely too many stitches.”

Stay-at-Home Auxiliary Scarf: Day Two

Work continues where it left off on Day 1. This entry is photo-heavy! Essentially, the steps are simple: with the WS facing you (and the tail from the cast-on edge on the lower righthand corner), pick up 31 sts from the RS along the selvedge sts. Once that’s done, flip the work again so it’sContinue reading “Stay-at-Home Auxiliary Scarf: Day Two”

Stay-at-Home Auxiliary Mitered Square Scarf, Day 1.

Okay! This is the official start. The instructions below make your first mitered square—which will be the starting point for the entire scarf. For materials, gauge, suggested needles, etc., see Day 0. Begin Work. First Mitered Square (Make 1). Using the cable cast-on method, cast on 61 sts. Row 1 (RS). sl1, k remaining. RowContinue reading “Stay-at-Home Auxiliary Mitered Square Scarf, Day 1.”