Let It Snow Scarf
It’s winter, and there’s nothing I like better than a warm, snuggly scarf. Double knitting makes for a doubly-cozy thickness with the added bonus of the scarf being reversible.
My "Let It Snow" pattern includes instructions for two weights of yarn. The dk version uses two colors and the aran version uses three.
The pattern is written with the less experienced knitter in mind, using the slip-stitch method. This means you only need to know how to knit, purl and slip stitches. With detailed instructions on how to use the charts, you can grab a pad of sticky notes and be all set to start stitching. Knitters who are experienced in working with any of the two-stranded-at-once techniques can certainly use those methods instead.
I love a pattern that lends itself to lots of variations. The pattern includes a “Make It Your Own” section for ideas. As long as you use yarns with some drape to them, you can let your imagination go wild.