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You will need: Vanna's Glamour (1) Size 6 and 17 *You will need three size 17 needles. If you only have two, then a smaller needle will do. I used a size 15 Stitch holder (if you are worried about the first half of your scarf slipping off the needle while working on the second half) With Size 6 needle, cast on 80 stitches Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row 1: 2: 3: 4: 5: 6: 7: 8: Knit Purl Knit Purl Knit Purl K2tog across row - 40 sts P2tog across row - 20 sts
Change to Size 17 needles on the next row Row 9: K1 *YO, K2tog* Repeat from * to last stitch, K1 - Repeat this row until first half of scarf is appx. 22 inches. Cut yarn. If you have another Size 17, grab it and start casting on for the second half. If you do not have a third size 17 needle, go ahead and just transfer the first half to the needle you plan to use for binding off. Or, if you are afraid the scarf will slide off the needle, place the scarf onto a stitch holder for more security. Transfer the first half to the needle when ready to bind off. Repeat above instructions until second piece measures appx 22 inches. Join the two halves with 3 needle bind off. Weave in loose ends and go wear your new scarf! Yes, I was a little nutty for doing it this way, as getting a stitch that was formed on a Size 6 needle onto a Size 17 needle is rather difficult. But I wanted a nice, firm ruffle, and I liked how it looked going directly into the larger mesh of the scarf as opposed to picking up and adding the ruffle after the fact. To help transfer the stitches, I slipped a few at a time as I went onto the larger needle to stretch them a little, then back to the smaller needles and then knitting them onto the 17s was much easier. You could add the ruffle after the fact if you do not even want to attempt getting the ruffle stitches into the Size 17 needles. I have also added a video on knitting this scarf to my YouTube Channel. If you have problems with the pattern, feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to share the pattern if you like. Please link back so I get credit.