Loom Knit Chevron Scarf
This pattern came about as I was “playing around” with my knitting board and Marla S. Richard’s wonderful book on rake and board knitting. This Chevron Scarf was the result. If you’ve never done chevrons before, I encourage you to give it a try. The process is simple, and the results are impressive. This scarf would be great for a man or woman depending on the colors you choose.
Knitting Loom: Small gauge double sided knitting board with at least 21 pegs set at standard (½”) spacer setting. The 18” Authentic Knitting Board was used in the sample.
Yarn: 225 yards of CA and 105 yards of CB of worsted weight yarn (330 yards total). Red Heart Super Saver was used in the sample.
Notions: Tapestry Needle, Knitting tool, Crochet hook, Stitch markers (2)
Gauge: 12 stitches by 12 rows over a 4” square in Stockinette stitch.
NOTE: Because this is an older pattern, and the internet changes so quickly, some of the informational links may no longer be working. If this is the case, www.knittingboard.com, or a quick internet search of the term, should yield the results you need. Happy Looming!