This supereasy neckwarmer is a quick knit, requiring no more than a couple of hours. The sideways garter structure can is easier than a nonknitter would think, with just a decrease and an increase that gives it shape. The I-cord border can be substituted with a couple more garter ridges, but do not let yourselves be scared by the I-cord, which is not hard at all to knit.
You will need
- Filtes King Joy, 1 ball (col 311) 50 g = 78 m (85 yds).
- 6 mm/US 10 needles, straight or circular.
- 2 buttons, 2,4 mm/1 inch in diameter.
- Scissors and taspestry needle.
Finished dimensions: 13 × 48 cm (5.2 × 19.2 inches) - the length has been measured along one edge, not tip to tip.
C.o.26 with long tail method, turn.
- Row 1: Sl 1st st pwise, k to end, turn.
- Row 2: Sl 1st st pwise, k2tog, k to last 2 sts, kb&f, k1, turn.
- Buttonhole row 1: Sl 1st st pwise, k 4, b.o. 1, k to last 6 sts, b.o. 1, dir to end, turn.
- Buttonhole row 2: Sl 1st st pwise, k2 tog * k to the b.o. st, c.o.1 (with backward loop method) * repeat from * to * twice, k to last 2 sts, kb&f, k1, turn.
Setup for the I-cord b.o.: c.o. 3 sts with backward loop method, then:
- I-cord b.o. row: k1, k2tog, slip these 3 sts back to the left hand needle.
Repeat this row until you have only 3 sts left on the right hand needle. Break yarn (you should by not have about 1 meter or 1 yard of yarn left to sew up the buttons), thread the tail in the 3 lives sts twice, pull tight, hide this tail in the I-cord. sew on the buttons corresponding the buttonholes, weave the yarn tails in the back. Wash in warm water with a delicate detergent and dry flat.
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