Short Rowed Scarf made on the Brother Machine


 

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I was talking to a woman that contacted me to learn the passap machine. She was telling me that a knitting guild she belonged to had a knitting challenge doing any machine knitted  item that was short rowed. She told me a woman in the guild made the most beautiful scarf and that she wanted to try it. She found the pattern and I liked it and bought it . I used a yarn that has the feel of perla. It is a thin yarn and the variegated yarn was even thinner. I did not crochet around the scarf when I was done. I used the “worm” edging . The worm edging is on you tube by Kate Winslow. The edge still curls a little bit but I think it is okay.

This was a lot of fun to make.Breezy Spencer  states in her pattern that  you have to concentrate ….and you do…..but once you start to knit you will see that you don’t have to look at the pattern any more. Her pattern tells you the yarn she used and that she made hers on the Bulky. I don’t like wide scarves so I used the same amount of stitches in her pattern and made mine on the Brother standard gauge machine. The pattern is five dollars and it is on Ravelry and it is called Machine Knit Short Row Scarf by Breezy Spencer

5 Comments »

  1. rainbird777 Said:

    Love this scarf. Where can we buy the pattern?

    • The pattern is five dollars and it is on Ravelry and it is called Machine Knit Short Row Scarf by Breezy Spencer

  2. Connie Said:

    I love it!!! I can’t wait to try this on my brother chunky. Thank you so much ! I have some variegated yarn that I definitely need to give this scarf a try.

    • And I know you will make it Connie!!
      You are the energizer bunny when it comes to knitting. 🙂

  3. zoebrais Said:

    Yo estoy buscando quien me pueda enseñar a usar una maquina Passap que he heredado alguien me puede conducir a algún sitio donde den cursos o información, Ana mi contacto es nunalester@gmail.com, gracias


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