Scarf Knitting- Broomstick Lace Stitch


broomstick stitch would be great for knitting scarf

The Broomstick Stitch  also referred to as Jiffy Lace, and can be found in both knitting and crochet. The broomstick stitch would be great for scarf, bracelet and sweater.

This post will help you learn how to knit the broomstitch stitch.

Cast on: multiple of 5.
Row 1: Knit all
Row 2: Knit all
Row 3: *purl while wrapping yarn 3 around needle for each st, repeat*
Row 4: *Slip next 5 sts to right-hand needle as if to purl, dropping extra loops, pass these 5 sts back to left- hand needle (knit through back of loop, yarn over, knit through back of loop, yarn over, knit through back of loop) into all 5 sts tog. Repeat *
Repeat 4 rows.
broomstick lace crochet sweater
Broomstick lace sweater crochet
broomstick stitch would be great for knitting scarf

The Broomstick Stitch  also referred to as Jiffy Lace, and can be found in both knitting and crochet. The broomstick stitch would be great for scarf, bracelet and sweater.

This post will help you learn how to knit the broomstitch stitch.

Cast on: multiple of 5.
Row 1: Knit all
Row 2: Knit all
Row 3: *purl while wrapping yarn 3 around needle for each st, repeat*
Row 4: *Slip next 5 sts to right-hand needle as if to purl, dropping extra loops, pass these 5 sts back to left- hand needle (knit through back of loop, yarn over, knit through back of loop, yarn over, knit through back of loop) into all 5 sts tog. Repeat *
Repeat 4 rows.
broomstick lace crochet sweater
Broomstick lace sweater crochet

Staircase Slip Stitch Pattern


Staircase slip stitch pattern is all garter stitch

The slip stitch is a quick and easy stitch that will not take up hours of your day. Staircase slip stitch pattern is all garter stitch. Looks funky!

 View more: Staircase Tuck Stitch
To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 5 sts (Using A)

Rows 1 - 2: Knit all (Using A)
Row 3: *K4, sl 1; rep* (Using B)
Row 4: *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * (Using B)
Row 5: K3, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last st, k1 (Using A)
Row 6: K1, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 4 sts, sl 1 wyif, k3 (Using A)
Row 7: K2, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 2 sts, k2 (Using B)
Row 8: K2, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 3 sts, sl 1 wyif, k2 (Using B)
Row 9: K1, sl 1, **K4, sl 1; rep* to last 3 sts, k3 (UsingA)
Row 10: K3, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 2 sts, sl 1 wyif, k1 (Using A)
Row 11: Sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 4 sts, k4 (Using B)
Row 12: K4, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last st, sl 1 wyif (Using B)
Row 13: *K4, sl 1; rep* (Using A)
Row 14: *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * (Using A)
Row 15: K3, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last st, k1 (Using B)
Row 16: K1, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 4 sts, sl 1 wyif, k3 (Using B)
Row 17: K2, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 2 sts, k2 (Using A)
Row 18: K2, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 3 sts, sl 1 wyif, k2 (Using A)
Row 19: K1, sl 1, **K4, sl 1; rep* to last 3 sts, k3 (UsingB)
Row 20: K3, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 2 sts, sl 1 wyif, k1 (Using B)
Row 21: Sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 4 sts, k4 (Using A)
Row 22: K4, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last st, sl 1 wyif (Using A)
Repeat rows 3->22.
Knitting abbreviations:
K: knit
Wyif: with yarn in front
Sl: slip stitch as if to purl
St/sts: Stitch/stitches
Staircase slip stitch pattern is all garter stitch

The slip stitch is a quick and easy stitch that will not take up hours of your day. Staircase slip stitch pattern is all garter stitch. Looks funky!

 View more: Staircase Tuck Stitch
To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 5 sts (Using A)

Rows 1 - 2: Knit all (Using A)
Row 3: *K4, sl 1; rep* (Using B)
Row 4: *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * (Using B)
Row 5: K3, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last st, k1 (Using A)
Row 6: K1, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 4 sts, sl 1 wyif, k3 (Using A)
Row 7: K2, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 2 sts, k2 (Using B)
Row 8: K2, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 3 sts, sl 1 wyif, k2 (Using B)
Row 9: K1, sl 1, **K4, sl 1; rep* to last 3 sts, k3 (UsingA)
Row 10: K3, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 2 sts, sl 1 wyif, k1 (Using A)
Row 11: Sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 4 sts, k4 (Using B)
Row 12: K4, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last st, sl 1 wyif (Using B)
Row 13: *K4, sl 1; rep* (Using A)
Row 14: *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * (Using A)
Row 15: K3, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last st, k1 (Using B)
Row 16: K1, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 4 sts, sl 1 wyif, k3 (Using B)
Row 17: K2, sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 2 sts, k2 (Using A)
Row 18: K2, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 3 sts, sl 1 wyif, k2 (Using A)
Row 19: K1, sl 1, **K4, sl 1; rep* to last 3 sts, k3 (UsingB)
Row 20: K3, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last 2 sts, sl 1 wyif, k1 (Using B)
Row 21: Sl 1, *K4, sl 1; rep* to last 4 sts, k4 (Using A)
Row 22: K4, *Sl 1 wyif, k4; rep * to last st, sl 1 wyif (Using A)
Repeat rows 3->22.
Knitting abbreviations:
K: knit
Wyif: with yarn in front
Sl: slip stitch as if to purl
St/sts: Stitch/stitches

Tube Scarf Knitting Pattern: Textured Slip Stitch


This is a warm winter scarf knitting with double thickness from the tube construction.

This is a warm winter scarf with double thickness from the tube construction. The knitting pattern is easy to memorize,  knitted in the round with your chosen combination of colours.

Cast on 80 sts ( This tube pattern is based on a multiple of 4 sts, so you can adapt it to the size you need.)
Knit in the round for 40 rows (Using color A)
Rows 41 -> 43: Knit all (Using color B)
Rows 43 -> 45: Knit all (Using color A)
Rows 46 -> 48: Knit all (Using color B)
Row 49: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 50: Purl all (Using color A)

Textured Slip Stitch knitting pattern

The main body of this scarf is worked in textured slip stitch.

Rows 51 -> 53: *Slip stitch as if to purl, knit 3, rep* (Using color B)
Row 54: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 55: Purl all (Using color A)
Rows 56 -> 58: Knit 2, *Slip stitch as if to purl, knit 3, rep* to last st, knit 1(Using B)
Row 59: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 60: Purl all (Using color A)
Rows 51-> 60 can be repeated for as long as you like. Any adjustments to length should be made while working these rows.

Rows 61 -> 63: Knit all (Using B)
Rows 64 ->  66: Knit all (Using A)
Rows 67 -> 69: Knit all (Using B)
Then knit in the round for 40 rows (Using A)
Cast off.
Finish off by using either a crochet hook.
This is a warm winter scarf knitting with double thickness from the tube construction.

This is a warm winter scarf with double thickness from the tube construction. The knitting pattern is easy to memorize,  knitted in the round with your chosen combination of colours.

Cast on 80 sts ( This tube pattern is based on a multiple of 4 sts, so you can adapt it to the size you need.)
Knit in the round for 40 rows (Using color A)
Rows 41 -> 43: Knit all (Using color B)
Rows 43 -> 45: Knit all (Using color A)
Rows 46 -> 48: Knit all (Using color B)
Row 49: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 50: Purl all (Using color A)

Textured Slip Stitch knitting pattern

The main body of this scarf is worked in textured slip stitch.

Rows 51 -> 53: *Slip stitch as if to purl, knit 3, rep* (Using color B)
Row 54: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 55: Purl all (Using color A)
Rows 56 -> 58: Knit 2, *Slip stitch as if to purl, knit 3, rep* to last st, knit 1(Using B)
Row 59: Knit all (Using color A)
Row 60: Purl all (Using color A)
Rows 51-> 60 can be repeated for as long as you like. Any adjustments to length should be made while working these rows.

Rows 61 -> 63: Knit all (Using B)
Rows 64 ->  66: Knit all (Using A)
Rows 67 -> 69: Knit all (Using B)
Then knit in the round for 40 rows (Using A)
Cast off.
Finish off by using either a crochet hook.

Butterfly Knitting Stitch


The butterfly stitch 's not difficult technique that creates a stack of loose strands
Done in a solid color, the butterflies are very prominent.

The butterfly stitch 's not difficult technique that creates a stack of loose strands. It is made by dropping a stitch down 5 rows, then picking up the stitch and  purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle.  The size of the "butterfly" can be varied by using more (or less) yarn in front.

To make butterfly stitch pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 10  + 5  sts + edge stitches
Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 (RS): Edge sts,  *wyif sl 5, k5; rep from *, end wyif sl 5, edge sts
Rows 2, 4, 6, 8:  Edge  sts, purl all, edge  sts
Row 10 - Work butterfly stitch loosely:  edge  sts,  p2, *insert left hand needle down through the 5 loose strands below next st, purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle, p9; rep from *, end last p2, edge sts.
Rows 11, 13, 15, 17, 19: Edge  sts, k5, *wyif sl 5, k5; rep from *, edge  sts.
Rows 12, 14, 16, 18: Edge  sts,  purl all, edge  sts.
Row 20 - Work butterfly stitch loosely: Edge sts, p7, *insert  left hand needle down through the 5 loose strands below next st, purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle, p9; rep from * ,end edge  sts
Rep 20 rows

Knitting abbreviations:
K: Knit
P: Purl
St/Sts: Stitch/stitches
Wyif: with yarn in front

Sl: slip stitch as if to purl
The butterfly stitch 's not difficult technique that creates a stack of loose strands
Done in a solid color, the butterflies are very prominent.

The butterfly stitch 's not difficult technique that creates a stack of loose strands. It is made by dropping a stitch down 5 rows, then picking up the stitch and  purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle.  The size of the "butterfly" can be varied by using more (or less) yarn in front.

To make butterfly stitch pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 10  + 5  sts + edge stitches
Rows 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 (RS): Edge sts,  *wyif sl 5, k5; rep from *, end wyif sl 5, edge sts
Rows 2, 4, 6, 8:  Edge  sts, purl all, edge  sts
Row 10 - Work butterfly stitch loosely:  edge  sts,  p2, *insert left hand needle down through the 5 loose strands below next st, purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle, p9; rep from *, end last p2, edge sts.
Rows 11, 13, 15, 17, 19: Edge  sts, k5, *wyif sl 5, k5; rep from *, edge  sts.
Rows 12, 14, 16, 18: Edge  sts,  purl all, edge  sts.
Row 20 - Work butterfly stitch loosely: Edge sts, p7, *insert  left hand needle down through the 5 loose strands below next st, purl these 5 strands together with next st on needle, p9; rep from * ,end edge  sts
Rep 20 rows

Knitting abbreviations:
K: Knit
P: Purl
St/Sts: Stitch/stitches
Wyif: with yarn in front

Sl: slip stitch as if to purl

Switch Two Colour Slip-Stitch Knitting


Simple slip stitches in this pattern is a beautiful combination of two color. Smooth yarns show the stitch pattern better but yarns with a little more texture would add interest and the color change will still show. This knitting stitch will look especially good on a scarf or blanket.


Simple slip stitches in this pattern is a beautiful combination of two color

Slip Stitch Knitting Pattern 1
With color A (main color) cast on: Multiple of 4 stitches +1

Row 1: Sl1, *k 3, wyib  sl 1; repeat * (Color B)
Row 2: Sl1, *k3, wyif  sl1; rep* (Color B)

Row 3: K2, * wyib sl1, k3; rep* to last 3sts, wyib sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 4: K2., * wyif sl1, k3; rep* to last 3 sts, wyif sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 5: Rep row 2 (Color B)
Row 6: Rep row 3 (Color B)
Row 7: Knit all
Row 8: Knit all
Repeat 8 rows.



Slip Stitch Knitting Pattern 2:
With color A (main color) cast on: Multiple of 4 stitches +1
Slip stitch knitting will look especially good on a scarf or blanketRow 1: Sl1, *k 3, wyib  sl 1; repeat * (Color B)
Row 2: Sl1, *k3, wyif  sl1; rep* (Color B)

Row 3: K2, * wyib sl1, k3; rep* to last 3sts, wyib sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 4: K2., * wyif sl1, k3; rep* to last 3 sts, wyif sl1, k2 (Color A)
Repeat 4 rows

Knitting abbreviations:
K: knit
Wyif: with yarn in front
Wyib: with yarn in back
Sl: slip stitch as if to purl

Simple slip stitches in this pattern is a beautiful combination of two color. Smooth yarns show the stitch pattern better but yarns with a little more texture would add interest and the color change will still show. This knitting stitch will look especially good on a scarf or blanket.


Simple slip stitches in this pattern is a beautiful combination of two color

Slip Stitch Knitting Pattern 1
With color A (main color) cast on: Multiple of 4 stitches +1

Row 1: Sl1, *k 3, wyib  sl 1; repeat * (Color B)
Row 2: Sl1, *k3, wyif  sl1; rep* (Color B)

Row 3: K2, * wyib sl1, k3; rep* to last 3sts, wyib sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 4: K2., * wyif sl1, k3; rep* to last 3 sts, wyif sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 5: Rep row 2 (Color B)
Row 6: Rep row 3 (Color B)
Row 7: Knit all
Row 8: Knit all
Repeat 8 rows.



Slip Stitch Knitting Pattern 2:
With color A (main color) cast on: Multiple of 4 stitches +1
Slip stitch knitting will look especially good on a scarf or blanketRow 1: Sl1, *k 3, wyib  sl 1; repeat * (Color B)
Row 2: Sl1, *k3, wyif  sl1; rep* (Color B)

Row 3: K2, * wyib sl1, k3; rep* to last 3sts, wyib sl1, k2 (Color A)
Row 4: K2., * wyif sl1, k3; rep* to last 3 sts, wyif sl1, k2 (Color A)
Repeat 4 rows

Knitting abbreviations:
K: knit
Wyif: with yarn in front
Wyib: with yarn in back
Sl: slip stitch as if to purl

Openwork Basket Weave Knitting Pattern


Openwork basket weave is a wonderful knitting stitch pattern
Openwork basket weave right side
Openwork basket weave is a beautiful knitting stitcch
Openwork basket weave - wrong side

Openwork basket weave is a wonderful knitting stitch pattern that's really quick and pretty easy to knit and makes a wonderful stitch for a scarf. All simply completed with a combination of knit (k), purl (p), cast on and bind off stitches to get some very unique designs.

To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 10 + 7 sts + edge stitches
Row 1: edge sts, (p7, k3), rep ( ) to last sts, p7, edge sts.
Row 2: edge sts, (k7, p3), rep ( ) to last sts, k7, edge sts
Row 3: repeat row 1
Row 4: repeat row 2
Row 5: edge sts, (p1, bind off 5 sts , p1, k3), rep ( ) to last sts, p1, bind off 5 sts, p1, edge sts
Row 6: edge sts,(k1, cast on 5 sts, k1, p3), rep ( ) to last sts, k1, cast on 5 sts, k1, edge sts
Repeat row 1 -> row 4.
Row 11. edge sts, p2, (k3, p7), rep ( ) to last sts, k3, p2, edge sts
Row 12: edge sts,k2, (p3, k7), rep ( ) to last sts, p3, k2, edge sts
Row 13: repeat row 11
Row 14: repeat row 12.
Row 15: edge sts, p2, (k3, p1, bind off 5 sts, p1), rep ( ) to last sts, k3, p2, edge sts
Row 16: edge sts, k2, (p3, k1, cast on 5 sts, k1), rep ( ) to last sts, p3, k2, edge sts
Repeat row 11 -> row 14
Repeat 20 rows.

Looks bizarre masks ^^
Openwork basket weave is a wonderful knitting stitch pattern
Openwork basket weave right side
Openwork basket weave is a beautiful knitting stitcch
Openwork basket weave - wrong side

Openwork basket weave is a wonderful knitting stitch pattern that's really quick and pretty easy to knit and makes a wonderful stitch for a scarf. All simply completed with a combination of knit (k), purl (p), cast on and bind off stitches to get some very unique designs.

To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 10 + 7 sts + edge stitches
Row 1: edge sts, (p7, k3), rep ( ) to last sts, p7, edge sts.
Row 2: edge sts, (k7, p3), rep ( ) to last sts, k7, edge sts
Row 3: repeat row 1
Row 4: repeat row 2
Row 5: edge sts, (p1, bind off 5 sts , p1, k3), rep ( ) to last sts, p1, bind off 5 sts, p1, edge sts
Row 6: edge sts,(k1, cast on 5 sts, k1, p3), rep ( ) to last sts, k1, cast on 5 sts, k1, edge sts
Repeat row 1 -> row 4.
Row 11. edge sts, p2, (k3, p7), rep ( ) to last sts, k3, p2, edge sts
Row 12: edge sts,k2, (p3, k7), rep ( ) to last sts, p3, k2, edge sts
Row 13: repeat row 11
Row 14: repeat row 12.
Row 15: edge sts, p2, (k3, p1, bind off 5 sts, p1), rep ( ) to last sts, k3, p2, edge sts
Row 16: edge sts, k2, (p3, k1, cast on 5 sts, k1), rep ( ) to last sts, p3, k2, edge sts
Repeat row 11 -> row 14
Repeat 20 rows.

Looks bizarre masks ^^

Subtle Raindrop Stitch Pattern


Raindrop stitch knits up quickly and is beautiful on both sides.
Raindrop knitting stitch (using k3tog left slant)

I think this stitch really looks like dancing raindrops! Raindrop stitch knits up quickly and is beautiful on both sides.

To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 8 + 3 sts. Repeat the pattern between the arrows as many times as you like.
Row 1: *P3, k1, p3, M7; rep *  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 2: K3, *p7, k3, p1, k3; repeat *
Row 3: *P3, k1, p3, skpo, k3, k2tog; rep *  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 4: K3, *p5, k3, p1, k3; rep*
Row 5: *P3, k1, p3, skpo, k1, k2tog, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 6: K3, *p3 k3, p1, k3, rep*
Row 7: *P3, k1, p3, k3tog, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 8: K3, *p1, k3, p1, k3, rep*
Row 9: *P3, M7, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 10: K3, *p1, k3, p7, k3, rep *
Row 11: *P3, skpo, k3, k2tog, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 12: K3, *p1, k3, p5, k3, rep *
Row 13: *P3, skpo, k1, k2tog, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 14: K3, *p1, k3, p3, k3; rep *
Row 15: *P3, k3tog, p3, k1; rep* last 3sts then, p3
Row 16: K3, *p1, k3, p1, k3; rep *
Repeat 16 rows.

Knitting abbreviations
M7= [k1, (p1, k1) 3 times] all in next st
St/sts:  Stitch/ Stitches
K: Knit
P: Purl
Skpo: Slip knit pass over
K3tog: Slip 2 together, K1, pass slipped stitches over
Raindrops titch (using K3tog no slant)
Raindrop stitch knits up quickly and is beautiful on both sides.
Raindrop knitting stitch (using k3tog left slant)

I think this stitch really looks like dancing raindrops! Raindrop stitch knits up quickly and is beautiful on both sides.

To make this pattern follow the instructions:
Cast on: Multiple of 8 + 3 sts. Repeat the pattern between the arrows as many times as you like.
Row 1: *P3, k1, p3, M7; rep *  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 2: K3, *p7, k3, p1, k3; repeat *
Row 3: *P3, k1, p3, skpo, k3, k2tog; rep *  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 4: K3, *p5, k3, p1, k3; rep*
Row 5: *P3, k1, p3, skpo, k1, k2tog, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 6: K3, *p3 k3, p1, k3, rep*
Row 7: *P3, k1, p3, k3tog, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 8: K3, *p1, k3, p1, k3, rep*
Row 9: *P3, M7, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 10: K3, *p1, k3, p7, k3, rep *
Row 11: *P3, skpo, k3, k2tog, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 12: K3, *p1, k3, p5, k3, rep *
Row 13: *P3, skpo, k1, k2tog, p3, k1, rep*  last 3 sts then, p3
Row 14: K3, *p1, k3, p3, k3; rep *
Row 15: *P3, k3tog, p3, k1; rep* last 3sts then, p3
Row 16: K3, *p1, k3, p1, k3; rep *
Repeat 16 rows.

Knitting abbreviations
M7= [k1, (p1, k1) 3 times] all in next st
St/sts:  Stitch/ Stitches
K: Knit
P: Purl
Skpo: Slip knit pass over
K3tog: Slip 2 together, K1, pass slipped stitches over
Raindrops titch (using K3tog no slant)

Glory Flower Stich Pattern


There are many different techniques for making bobbles. In the technique shown here, there is no turning of the work for the specific purpose of finishing the bobbles.

Make bobble: [K1, (YO, K1) 4 times] into next st.  9sts on needle, pass 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1 st st separately over last st knitted;  past last stich back to left-hand needle and K1.
Click link to see: how to knit a bobble

Knitting abbreviations:
BB: Bobble
K: Knit
P: Purl
Yo: Yarn over
Yrn: Yarn around needle. A yarn over before a purll st, bring yarn back over right-hand needle and forward between the needles
St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches
K2tog: knit 2 sts together
P2tog: purl 2 sts together
SKPO: Slip knit pass over.  ( How to knit Slip knit pass over)


To make this pattern follow the instructions: 
Cast On: Multiple of 15 sts + edge stitches
Row 1: edge sts, p5, k2, p1,k2, p5, edge sts
Row 2: edge sts, k5, p2, k1, p2, k5, edge sts
Row 3: edge sts, p4, k2tog, k1, yrn, p1, yo, k1, skpo, p4, edge sts
Row 4: edge sts, k4, p3, k1, p3, k4, edge sts
Row 5: edge sts, p3, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, p1, k1, yo, k1, skpo, p3, edge sts
Row 6: edge sts, k3, p4, k1, p4, k3, edge sts
Row 7: edge sts, p2, k2tog, k1, yo, k2, p1, k2, yo, k1, skpo, p2, edge sts
Row 8: edge sts, k2, p5, k1, p5, k2, edge sts
Row 9: edge sts, p1, k2tog, k1, yo, k3, p1, k3, yo, k1,  skpo, p1, edge sts
Row 10: edge sts, k1, p6, k1, p6, k1, edge sts
Row 11: edge sts, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, yo, k1, skpo, k1, yo, k1, skpo, edge sts
Row 12: edge sts, p6, k1, p1, k1, p6, edge sts
Row 13: edge sts, k3, k2tog, k1, yrn, p1, k1, p1, yo, k1, skpo, k3, edge sts,
Row 14: edge sts, p5, k2, p1, k2, p5, edge sts
Row 15: edge sts, k2, k2tog, k1, yen, p2, k1, p2, yo, k1, skpo, k2, edge sts,
Row 16: edge sts,p4, k3, p1, k3, p4, edge sts,
Knitting chart
Row 17: edge sts, k1, k2tog, k1, yrn.pp3, k1, p3, yo, k1, skpo, k1, edge sts
Row 18: edge sts, p3, k4, p1, k4, p3, edge sts,
Row 19: edge sts, k2tog, k1, yrn, p3, BB, p1, BB, p3, yo, k1, skpo, edge sts,
Row 20: edge sts, p1, k13, p1, edge sts,
Row 21: edge sts, p4, BB, p5, BB, p4, edge sts
Row 22: edge sts, knit all, edge sts,
Row 23: edge sts, p3, BB, p1, p2tog, yrn. p2tog, yrn, p2, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 24: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 25: edge sts, p3, BB, (p2tog, yrn) 3 times, p1, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 26: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 27: edge sts, p3, BB, p1, p2tog, yrn. p2tog, yrn, p2, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 28: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 29: edge sts, p4, BB, p5, BB, p4, edge sts
Row 30: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 31: edge sts, p6, BB, p1, BB, p6, edge sts.

There are many different techniques for making bobbles. In the technique shown here, there is no turning of the work for the specific purpose of finishing the bobbles.

Make bobble: [K1, (YO, K1) 4 times] into next st.  9sts on needle, pass 8th, 7th, 6th, 5th, 4th, 3rd, 2nd and 1 st st separately over last st knitted;  past last stich back to left-hand needle and K1.
Click link to see: how to knit a bobble

Knitting abbreviations:
BB: Bobble
K: Knit
P: Purl
Yo: Yarn over
Yrn: Yarn around needle. A yarn over before a purll st, bring yarn back over right-hand needle and forward between the needles
St/Sts: Stitch/Stitches
K2tog: knit 2 sts together
P2tog: purl 2 sts together
SKPO: Slip knit pass over.  ( How to knit Slip knit pass over)


To make this pattern follow the instructions: 
Cast On: Multiple of 15 sts + edge stitches
Row 1: edge sts, p5, k2, p1,k2, p5, edge sts
Row 2: edge sts, k5, p2, k1, p2, k5, edge sts
Row 3: edge sts, p4, k2tog, k1, yrn, p1, yo, k1, skpo, p4, edge sts
Row 4: edge sts, k4, p3, k1, p3, k4, edge sts
Row 5: edge sts, p3, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, p1, k1, yo, k1, skpo, p3, edge sts
Row 6: edge sts, k3, p4, k1, p4, k3, edge sts
Row 7: edge sts, p2, k2tog, k1, yo, k2, p1, k2, yo, k1, skpo, p2, edge sts
Row 8: edge sts, k2, p5, k1, p5, k2, edge sts
Row 9: edge sts, p1, k2tog, k1, yo, k3, p1, k3, yo, k1,  skpo, p1, edge sts
Row 10: edge sts, k1, p6, k1, p6, k1, edge sts
Row 11: edge sts, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, k2tog, k1, yo, k1, yo, k1, skpo, k1, yo, k1, skpo, edge sts
Row 12: edge sts, p6, k1, p1, k1, p6, edge sts
Row 13: edge sts, k3, k2tog, k1, yrn, p1, k1, p1, yo, k1, skpo, k3, edge sts,
Row 14: edge sts, p5, k2, p1, k2, p5, edge sts
Row 15: edge sts, k2, k2tog, k1, yen, p2, k1, p2, yo, k1, skpo, k2, edge sts,
Row 16: edge sts,p4, k3, p1, k3, p4, edge sts,
Knitting chart
Row 17: edge sts, k1, k2tog, k1, yrn.pp3, k1, p3, yo, k1, skpo, k1, edge sts
Row 18: edge sts, p3, k4, p1, k4, p3, edge sts,
Row 19: edge sts, k2tog, k1, yrn, p3, BB, p1, BB, p3, yo, k1, skpo, edge sts,
Row 20: edge sts, p1, k13, p1, edge sts,
Row 21: edge sts, p4, BB, p5, BB, p4, edge sts
Row 22: edge sts, knit all, edge sts,
Row 23: edge sts, p3, BB, p1, p2tog, yrn. p2tog, yrn, p2, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 24: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 25: edge sts, p3, BB, (p2tog, yrn) 3 times, p1, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 26: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 27: edge sts, p3, BB, p1, p2tog, yrn. p2tog, yrn, p2, BB, p3, edge sts
Row 28: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 29: edge sts, p4, BB, p5, BB, p4, edge sts
Row 30: edge sts, knit all, edge sts
Row 31: edge sts, p6, BB, p1, BB, p6, edge sts.

Use Of Tuck Stitch Methods to Create Staircase Effects


The tuck stitch is used in knitted fabric to create a gorgeous textured effect in colour looks  very lively. This stitch pattern also has a tendency to increase fabric weight, width and thickness.

Use Of Tuck Stitch Methods to Create Staircase Effects

Staircase tuck knitting stitch (back)
 
To make this pattern follow the instructions: 
Cast On:Multiple of 11 sts + edge stitches

Row 1: Edge st, *k8, yf, sl1, k1, yf, sl1, repeat*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 2: Edge st, *sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p8, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 3: Edge st, *k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog,  rep*, last edge st (Using B)
Row 4: Edge st, *p1, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p7, rep*, last edge st (Using B)
Row 5: Edge st, *k6, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k1, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 6: Edge st, *p2, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p6, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 7: Edge st, *k5, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k2, rep*, last edge st
Row 8: Edge st, *p3, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p5, rep*, last edge st
Row 9: Edge st, *k4, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k3, rep*, last edge st
Row 10: Edge st, *p4, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p4, rep*, last edge st
Row 11: Edge st, *k3, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k4, rep*, last edge st
Row 12: Edge st, *p5, sl2, yb, p1, sl2, yb, p3, rep*, last edge st
Row 13: Edge st, *k2, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k5, rep*, last edge st
Row 14: Edge st, *p6, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p2, rep*, last edge st
Row 15: Edge st, *k1, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k6, rep*, last edge st
Row 16: Edge st, *p7, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p1, rep*, last edge st
Row 17: Edge st, *yb, yf, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, rep*, last edge st
Row 18: Edge st, *p8, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, rep*, last edge st
Row 19: Edge st, *k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, rep*, last edge st
Row 20: Edge st, *sl2, yb, p1, sl2, yb, p8, rep*, last edge st
Row 21: Edge st, *yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, rep*, last edge st
Row 22: Edge st, *p1, sl2, yo, p8, sl2, yo, rep*, last edge st
Row 23: Edge st, *k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, rep*, last edge st
Knitting chart
Repeat row 2 -> row 23.

Knitting abbreviations: 
K: Knit
P: Purl
Yb: Yarn front
Yo: Yarn over
Sl: Slip as if to purl
K3tog: Knit 3 together
 

I encourage everyone to knit the scarf by using the chart. I find that knitting from a chart is much easier than knitting from written instructions.

View more: How to knit the Tuck stitch

The tuck stitch is used in knitted fabric to create a gorgeous textured effect in colour looks  very lively. This stitch pattern also has a tendency to increase fabric weight, width and thickness.

Use Of Tuck Stitch Methods to Create Staircase Effects

Staircase tuck knitting stitch (back)
 
To make this pattern follow the instructions: 
Cast On:Multiple of 11 sts + edge stitches

Row 1: Edge st, *k8, yf, sl1, k1, yf, sl1, repeat*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 2: Edge st, *sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p8, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 3: Edge st, *k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog,  rep*, last edge st (Using B)
Row 4: Edge st, *p1, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p7, rep*, last edge st (Using B)
Row 5: Edge st, *k6, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k1, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 6: Edge st, *p2, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p6, rep*, last edge st (Using A)
Row 7: Edge st, *k5, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k2, rep*, last edge st
Row 8: Edge st, *p3, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p5, rep*, last edge st
Row 9: Edge st, *k4, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k3, rep*, last edge st
Row 10: Edge st, *p4, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p4, rep*, last edge st
Row 11: Edge st, *k3, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k4, rep*, last edge st
Row 12: Edge st, *p5, sl2, yb, p1, sl2, yb, p3, rep*, last edge st
Row 13: Edge st, *k2, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k5, rep*, last edge st
Row 14: Edge st, *p6, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p2, rep*, last edge st
Row 15: Edge st, *k1, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k6, rep*, last edge st
Row 16: Edge st, *p7, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, p1, rep*, last edge st
Row 17: Edge st, *yb, yf, k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, rep*, last edge st
Row 18: Edge st, *p8, sl2, yo, p1, sl2, yo, rep*, last edge st
Row 19: Edge st, *k3tog, yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, rep*, last edge st
Row 20: Edge st, *sl2, yb, p1, sl2, yb, p8, rep*, last edge st
Row 21: Edge st, *yf, sl1, k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, rep*, last edge st
Row 22: Edge st, *p1, sl2, yo, p8, sl2, yo, rep*, last edge st
Row 23: Edge st, *k3tog, k7, yf, sl1, k3tog, yf, sl1, rep*, last edge st
Knitting chart
Repeat row 2 -> row 23.

Knitting abbreviations: 
K: Knit
P: Purl
Yb: Yarn front
Yo: Yarn over
Sl: Slip as if to purl
K3tog: Knit 3 together
 

I encourage everyone to knit the scarf by using the chart. I find that knitting from a chart is much easier than knitting from written instructions.

View more: How to knit the Tuck stitch