Knitting pattern for Ellie bandana with stripes
This scarf is an absolutely necessary part of your wardrobe when a bandana is too small, and the large, fluffy shawl is too large. This scarf is perfect indoors during the transition months and on top of your coat in winter. It is easy and quick to make – you can even make it in several colors and yarn qualities. It will also serve as a perfect gift for someone you love.
Elin bandana can be knitted in Önling No. 15, 16 or Önling No 2
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Designed by Katrine Hannibal for Önling.
Size: One size
Height: approx. 50 cm / 20 inches
Length: approx. 128 cm / 50 inches
The scarf is worked all the way through with 1 strand of Önling No 16, 70% lambswool and 30% mohair, 300 m per 5 g.
1 strand of Önling No. 2, 100 % Merino Superfine Super 100’s Wool, 120 m per 25 g.
1 strand of Önling No. 15, 100% Merino wool, sustainably manufactured, 175 m per 50 g.
Recommended needles: Recommended circular needle size 4 mm / US 6, 80 cm / 32 inches long.
Gauge: 23 sts and 21 garter stitch ridges (42 rows) on needle size 4 mm / US 6 = 10x10 cm / 4x4 inches.
Procedure: The scarf is worked back and forth on a circular needle, from the center back and outwards. It begins with a short length of I-cord at the back of the neck, which continues in small, fine cables along the edges and down through the center of the scarf, and ends with a cable-patterned edge. Increases are worked along the sides and the center cable on every second row. The cables are worked without the use of a cable needle.