Create this stylish accessory that features architectural accordion pleats that don’t disappear after washing and blocking! The essence of this class is to learn how to work short-rows while simultaneously implementing them into the stitch pattern and how to chart and build them on graph paper.
One 4 hour session
Skills required: knit, purl, cast on, bind off
Crochet Chain Cast On
slip stitch pattern
short rows simultaneously while working slip stitch patterning
read and build charts with short rows according to your width and tip preference
*Scarf measures 86” long (from longest tip to another), 4″ wide or 8″ wide (once pleated). Sample shown in photos is a narrow version with one blunt end and one sharp end.
720 (1140) yards of any heavy fingering or sport weight yarn
US#5 (3.75 mm) or use needle size to obtain gauge
Square or dot grid notebook, pen/pencil
Purchase and print and bring to class the Issey Scarf pattern
Make a swatch to obtain gauge, do not cut the yarn of the swatch from the ball. Bring swatch to class.
Gauge is 24 sts and 38 rows in 4”/10cm over washed and blocked St st swatch measured once dry.