Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
This is a luscious little sash! Convertible, this dainty scarf changes, to suit your mood! Since gauge really isn’t crucial, it can also be made from a variety of yarns!
The measurement of this sash is about 32” long, and 2 1/2” wide, in center.
The Thai Edelglanz is nearly impossible to find, but I have a small stash, in my shop, at www.etsy.com/shop/PETALKNITS….in either the apricot, shown, or gold! This scarf is equally as stunning, however, in handdyed fingering. All it takes is 1 skein, 50 grams!
(In fact, there is leftover, for my Easter Egg pattern!)
Skills Needed: Knit, purl, 3-needle bind-off (video tutor available, at no charge); K2tog, SSK, YO, KRL (online reference guide given). If you are not familiar with these skills, let me assure you, none are difficult, and are fun to learn! The video tutor, and online reference are very helpful!
Supplies Needed: (3) Straight needles, Size 4 (extra needle is for 3-needle bind-off, and may be a slightly larger or smaller size, or dpn, if necessary)
1 Tapestry Needle
(4) 7/16” Vintage Buttons
(1) 50 gram skein of fingering weight yarn (shown)
This is a fun project, with a few little challenges, but nothing too difficult!
Note: Feel free to sell whatever you make! I only ask that you give credit to me, for the pattern, in case someone else would like to purchase it….and, of course, that you do not sell or copy the pattern, itself.