Love how this yarn feels, its soft and very spongy and has lots of memory. The yarn hugs the bamboo needles. So far i have knit socks, a hat and i'm working on a garter slip stitch scarf and have plans for a knitted throw made up of different pattern blocs cables and Texture sts etc. This yarn will be available in 20 ish Lush colors.
This is the little pair of sockettes knit from the yarn in rain forest colorway. Took only 45 grams.
The Competition: 5 winners will be drawn at Random and each will win 1 - 100 gram skein of qiviut-queen-superwash yarn. (sorry no color choice) but we have these in handpainted and solid Jewel colors.
Tell us: what you love most about Qiviut Fibers and Yarns.
Open to all, end date 31-12-2011. Winners will be Drawn January 1st 2012
Textured scarf is knit widthways requires a 100 gram skein. Finished scarf measures 6'' X 72''
Really easy Garter slip stitch that makes for a lovely sturdy stich design that is very comfortable to wear.
The 1st and last 6 sts are always knit on every row to form the edges of the scarf
You will need: 100 grams of yarn either solid or differnt colors,
US4 - 3.5mm straights or circular needle,
2 stitch markers,
Please note: scarf above is worked in 1 row in each color A,B and C throughout.
A=Natural, B= Mahogany, C= Raspberry
With 3.5mm - US4, cast on 401 sts and begin with 6 Foundation rows in Natural, then change to contrast color and begin pattern below.
Row 1: knit ( k6 place marker, knit across and place marker for last 6 sts to form the edge)
Row 2: knit
Row 3: k6-sm= slip marker, k1, * sl1 purlwise, k1; rep from * to marker, k last 6 sts.
Row 4: k6-sm, k1, *yf sl 1 purlwise, yb, k1; rep from * to marker, k last 6 sts.
Rows 5 and 6: knit.
Row 7: k6-sm, :k2, *sl 1 purlwise, k1; rep from * to marker, k last 6 sts.
Row 8: k6-sm, k2, *yf, sl 1purlwise, yb, k1; rep from * to marker, k last 6 sts.
Repeat these 8 rows for 5 full pattern repeats then knit all sts for 6 rows to form outer edge.
make 4: I used the same 3 colors as in the scarf by wrapping the yarn around palm of hand or closed fingers 20 turns, slipped it off my hand and put a length of yarn through the center and tied a secure knot in the top with enough length to sew the tassel to scarf, cut through bottom loops to open the tassel fringe, cut another length of yarn and secure around the middle of the tassel, trim with scissors then stitch to scarf.
To see more colors of this yarn here's the Link: