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This is my version of a scarf that was all over the Norwegian blogs a couple of years ago.
The principle is to take one or a couple of skeins, and knit a triangle using your exact amount of yarn.
A good way to use up one of those single skeins of sock yarn in bright colours.
It works with any kind of yarn, but I prefer a less than bulky yarn.
This is a garter stitch scarf. If you make it in stockinette stitch, you will have the Karius version.
Karius and Baktus are two characters in a Norwegian children’s classic.
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Some people have asked my permission to translate my Baktus pattern and post the translation on the internet.
Here are three translations I have OK’d.
However, I cannot guarantee the content, since I don’t speak German, Portuguese, or Dutch.
Baktus pattern in Dutch (pdf link)
People have also translated the Baktus pattern into languages like Italian, and I have suggested they post links to their translations in the comments section. I am not able to go through translations or otherwise check them, so if you use a translation it is at your own risk!