Scarves are one of the most favorite accessories of women. This is why like me, many women look forward to the winter season in order to complete their combinations with the scarves. I think bohemian scarf pattern is an indispensable accessory for women who care their style. I have prepared a pattern in which intermediate knitters will not have any challenge, I believe that you are going to love it. I can answer all kinds of questions regarding the knitting pattern from the comment section of my blog. Good luck!
BOHO SCARVES PATTERN FEATURES
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Related needle numbers: 15
Yarns: Paris, Lora by Nako Yarns
Season: Autumn, Winter
- Start 24 stitches with PARIS.
- Start 2 rows of herringbone stitches* with LORA.
- Fasten the PARIS without cutting the LORA and start 1 row of herringbone stitch with PARIS. Cut the PARIS after fastening it in order to prevent any unravel at the end of the row.
- Get the stitches to the other needle without knitting them.
- Start 2 rows of herringbone stitch with LORA.
- Repeat the 3rd, 4th and 5th articles, respectively, until you fully consume 3 LORA yarn.
- Complete the scarf with “cutting” by using PARIS and with the help of the 4 numbered needle.
- Tassel the tips in line with your taste.
** HERRINGBONE STITCH:
It is one of the knitting techniques and it works as follows:
2 purl stitches are knitted together while working on the BACK SIDE rows, the first stitch is removed from the needle while the second one is left on the needle. The remaining stitch is knitted PURL with the next stitch, the first stitch is removed from the needle while the other stitch is left on the needle again.
2 knit stitches are knitted together from their backs while working on the FRONT SIDE rows, the first stitch is removed from the needle while the second one is left on the needle. The remaining stitch is knitted straight from the back with the next stitch, the first stitch is removed from the needle while the other stitch is left on the needle again.