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Wavy Rib Scarf (Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 513)

Feb 17, 2014 11 Comments by

Wavy Rib Scarf

Design by Margret Willson from the book Simple Scarves Made with the Knook, reprinted with permission by Leisure Arts

Supplies Needed:

Plymouth Encore Worsted (worsted weight; 75% acrylic/25% wool; 200 yds/100g per ball):
2 balls blue hydrangea #0471
Size H/8 (5mm) Knook

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11 Responses to “Wavy Rib Scarf (Knit and Crochet Now! Season 5, Episode 513)”

  1. jibbba says:

    what size knitting needles are required?

  2. lngstitcher says:

    Is there a pattern for this using regular knitting needles?

    • CustomerService says:

      We’re sorry, but this is only available with Knook instructions.

    • gonzoh_2@yahoo.com says:

      Knooking is knitting with a hooked needle. The cast-on is called a chain, which for knitters would be a provisional foundation cast-on but using the same yarn as the project, since there is no need to pull the waste yarn out later. You could still do a provisional foundation with waste yarn and turn the straight scarf into a large cowled scarf by pulling out the foundation waist yarn, and doing a Kirchner stitch bind off at the end.

      Beth, Kniitter and Knooker both.

  3. megan.eagen011@gmail.com says:

    how about trying a 5mm knitting needle or one that creates a nice “drape”?

  4. Kirsten says:

    Do you have any more knook patterns?

  5. linsoler says:

    You follow the instructions exactly as written on using regular knitting needles size 8 which corresponds to the size “H” hook. Simply cast on the required 44 stitches, then knit and purl the scarf normal way. This works because knooking is simply knitting with a hook.

  6. irene7fung6@gmail.com says:

    What is a knook???

  7. sallybruc@yahoo.com says:

    Why do you show the pattern with knitting needles if you can’t make it on knitting needles?

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