Scrap Happy by m1 Designs
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Scrap Happy

March 2015
Sock Yarn Scrap
fingering weight scrap
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 40 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
3.5 mm (E)
400 - 1000 yards (366 - 914 m)
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$3.00 from each pattern sale is donated to the Battle Mountain Humane Society, a true no kill shelter, currently caring for more than 110 dogs and 130 cats. The shelter resources are running scarringly low. The shelter dogs consume over 3000 lbs of food every month and this does not include kitty food or litter. In addition to needing funds for the basic care and operations of running a no kill shelter, the shelter is in need of an awning screen to help protect the outdoor area from the winter snows and summer heat.

This great stash buster is sure to delight the fans of m1 Designs. Whether you use completely random colors or a more deliberate color scheme, the geometric shapes used in Maria’s designs will keep your interest piqued.

Size for sample:
Length: 60” / 152cm;
Depth: 30” / 76cm
Size is adjustable in 2.5” / 6.32cm increments


Various sock or fingering weight scraps 3 and 4 ply
400 -1000 yds / 366 - 915 m total
140 - 350 g total

US 5 (3.75mm) circular, 32” (80cm) or longer
Adjust needle size as needed to obtain gauge.

20 sts and 40 rows = 4” (10cm) in garter stitch

4 stitch markers, yarn needle, blocking wires (optional), rustproof pins for blocking

Skill Level: Intermediate
Basic knitting skills, garter stitch, simple color changes, picking up stitches, short rows, simple increases and decreases

Errata 5/9/15: At the start of Section I the instructions should read: Starting at blue star point, pu and knit 30 sts, sl sts from holder onto LH needle and knit to end. — 51 sts
At the end of Section E the instructions should read: Repeat rows 12-15, working a k2tog at the end of every 4th row (rows 19, 23, etc) as established while knitting to the wrapped st then puww, k1, ww&t on every WS row (ending on a WS row with k67, puww, k1). — 69 sts
PDF updated 5/9/2015 v2