Calling all knitters, is it possible to knit this scarf?
Can I knit patterns on a scarf where the front and back is nice?? Can you even knit a scarf with this kind of pattern on it? :)
Can you crochet this instead???
- OrlaLv 77 years agoFavourite answer
1. You will need a graph to make your own diagram and to follow each symbol or color.
Or use a different pattern with an already made graph such as this one: http://www.tricksyknitter.com/knitting-charts/fair...
2. To make id double-sided, you need to knit a larger scarf and then fold it and stitch the other side. Or you can use a different cast on with a double cast on, but that's pretty difficult.
3. Here are some patterns (Some need to register to view the patterns).
4. You can use crochet as multicoloured knitted in crochet is easier, but still, it might be harder to find a free pattern. These ones are completely different, but I thought I still include them in case you like them.
You can try to check yourself, this site is a directory for scarves in crochet. Good luck!Source(s): http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/double-kni... http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/directory/sc... http://www.crochetpatterncentral.com/directory/sca... Experienced knitter and crocheter.
- KaylaLv 47 years ago
That is a fair isle scarf. You can knit it two ways. One, you can knit it in the round and block it flat. Or two, you could do what's called double sided knitting. It would create a mirror image on the other side of the fabric.
- dripLv 77 years ago
that scarf can be knitted. It can not be crocheted.
Yes there are pattern with designs this intricate and that look good on both sides. Try Raverly.com
- derfiniLv 77 years ago
There are certainly patterns on Ravelry for double-sided knitting, but that 'Fairisle' pattern would be rather complicated.
Personally, if I was making something like that, I'd knit it in the round (or else wider and then sew up).Source(s): Knitting for nearly 60 years