Rippled Baktus by Renee Van Hoy
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Rippled Baktus

Loom Knitting
August 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
290 - 375 yards (265 - 343 m)
approx. 50 x 13 inches, sizing is variable

This pattern is one of eight from the e-book “Little Scarves: Baktus and Karius for the Loom”. Rippled Baktus creates a dramatically ridged Baktus that looks particularly striking with long color change yarns. All yarn weights work well with this pattern, which is written for three different gauges.

5/8 inch gauge = 36 pegs
½ inch gauge = 42 pegs
3/8 inch gauge = 48 pegs

Yarn: photo samples were made in Knit Picks Chroma fingering in buttermint for the 3/8 version, and Plymouth Yarns Gina in peach/mauve/periwinkle, a worsted weight yarn for the 5/8 version. The amounts below are suggested:
Lace = 375 yards
Fingering = 340 yards
DK = 325 yards
Worsted = 310 yards
Bulky = 290 yards

The e-book comes with two files. One is a large print 24 point font, and the other is a 12 point font paper-saver file. The book includes 8 patterns, as well as information on variations for your Rippled Baktus and a photo gallery. The files are screen reader and tablet friendly.