Trifle Scarf by ChrisBerlin

Trifle Scarf

November 2020
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 32 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
766 yards (700 m)
220 x 25 cm / 87 x 10 inch
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It works better together.
This scarf is good for learning to knit, but together we can do it better:
I invite all of you to join the #trifletogether and participate in a virtual KAL here in my group and on Instagram.

With 20% of the pattern sale I like to support the courage makers of DaMigra.

Gemeinsam geht es besser.
Dieser Schal ist gut geeignet um stricken zu lernen, aber gemeinsam geht das halt besser: Ein gemeinsames Projekt in diesen manchmal etwas einsamen Zeiten. Alle, ob mit oder ohne Freundin möchte ich herzlich eingeladen unter dem #trifletogether an einem virtuellen KAL mitzumachen hier in meiner Gruppe und auf Instagram.

Mit 20 % der Einnahmen möchte ich die Mut-Macherinnen von DaMigra unterstützen.

I love Trifles, this English dessert where fruits, chocolate, or even cookies are layered with a cream. While I was enjoying one of these desserts, I got the idea to layer wool in a similar way. The idea for Trifle was born. Colorful yarn in combination with a matching somewhat plain yarn comes out so well. The change between stockinette stitch and reverse stockinette stitch creates a 3D effect and the scarf wraps itself around the neck. Depending on how you wear the scarf, you can also make one of the contrast colors disappear and thus have two scarves in one.

Many thanks to Pascuali supporting me with there beautiful yarn Balayage for this project.

And a big applause to me test knitters crew.

220 x 25 cm / 86 x 9,8 inch

24,5 sts x 32 rows = 10 x 10 cm with needle size 3.5 mm in stockinette stitch after blocking.

Main needle: 80 cm circular needle size 3.5 mm/US 4
a crochet hook size 3,5 mm fort he cast on. A row counter is highly recommended.

Balayage Hand Dyed by Pascuali fingering, 80% Alpaca, 20% Merino; 175 meters / 50 grams - 2 skeins in color Fb. 720 (MC)
Balayage by Pascuali fingering, 80% Alpaca, 20% Merino; 175 meters / 50 grams - 1 skein in each color 608 (CC1) and 615 (C2)