Sneak away for a few minutes of relaxation with On the Set scarf. Highly textured, On the Set recognizes that a few stolen stitches each night is just the thing to unwind after a packed day, whether you live life as the main character on the set or as the director behind the scenes organizing everything for everybody! From the Technicolor: Matinee theme subtle nods to the film industry appear in the film projector center square and cables weaving an intricate story with lace. For a fun plot twist, this extra-long skinny scarf makes any outfit fashion ready or knit is as the base for the Knit Eco Chic Technicolor: Movie Night design.
The tech edited and test knit pattern is fully written and charted with some quick stitch tutorials on the Knit Eco Chic blog.
Available exclusively in the Technicolor: Matinee eBook Collection! Technicolor: Matinee features a collection of small projects from 6 designers: Christine Guest, Carol Herman (Knit Equals Joy), Laura Patterson (Fiber Dreams), Sue McCain, and Jill Wolcott.
90”/ 228.5 cm long by 4”/ 10cm wide
2 skeins Malabrigo Mora, shown in color Sabiduria
Skein info: hand dyed 100% silk, fingering weight; 225yds/ 205m per 50g/ 1.77oz
US 6/ 4mm needles
Cable needle (optional)
33 sts and 27 rows over 4”/ 10cm in Stockinette stitch. Note: exact gauge is not critical to this design. Gauge variations may impact final size and yardage requirements.
- Cable It: work sts out of order or use cable needle, if desired.
- Customize It: easily customize the length by working fewer or more repeats.
- Pair It: working On the Set as part of the large project in the Technicolor: Movie Night Collection? Make sure scarf measures long enough to comfortably wrap around and tie. For larger sizes, you may wish to work a longer length, which may need an additional skein. For smaller sizes, you may wish to work a shorter length.
- Slip It: slip as if to knit or slip as if to purl, whatever you find more comfortable. Consistency in slipping style is what is important for a flawless edge.
- Watch It: check out mini tutorials for the I-cord Cast On and Bind Off and cabling without a cable needle on the Knit Eco Chic blog, Quick Stitch Tutorials.
- Philippians 2:1-4