Scallop and Bell Convertible Sash
This is a lovely sash, which may be worn around the neck, as an elegant and sumptuous accessory, or as a stylish hairband! Featuring a dainty scallop pattern on sides and one end, and a lovely bell pattern on the other, this sash is completely versatile.
The finished product is about 32” long, by about 2 1/2” wide, in the center.
To make this scarf, you will need:
(3) Size 4 Needles, preferably not bamboo, as it tends to snag silk yarn (extra is for doing 3-needle bind-off)
1 Skein, 50 gms., of 70% viscose, 30% silk yarn, in apricot, or other similar fingering weight yarn (Gauge 7 stitches per inch on size 4 needle)
1 Needle, for weaving in ends and sewing on buttons
(4) 7/16” Vintage Buttons
Skills Needed: 3-Needle Bind-Off, YO, SSK, K2TOG, KRL. (Sites showing these skills are given.)
This is an intermediate project, with a few fun challenges, for those looking for something a little interesting, but not too difficult! I will also be offering a kit, with the yarn shown (which has been discontinued, but I have a small stash!).
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.
This is a knitting pattern only, not the finished product.