Braided scarf in progress

This is the current project I am working on. I am knitting 3 separate 3″ wide scarves that are 60″ long

using Paton’s Bohemian yarn. I am then going to braid them together, then place the ends back on the knitting board to knit a border of color on both ends. This is what I have done so far, just need to finish that last color.


This next one is a checkerboard 60″ scarf. It is about 6″ wide and I used the Paton’s Bohemian yarn in 2 different colors.


Last week I came up with a reversible scarf. Now, I know I am not the first one to think of this…but I think that they are pretty darn cute. In the photo’s below I turned up one end so you can see the second color of the scarf. The first one I made was a short one for a child. (didn’t have enough yarn to make it longer) I used Baby Cloud for one side and Bernat Boa for the other side. Whata ya think? Cute huh?


These are 2 more reversible ones I’ve made this week.


Last but not least, this is my favorite reversible. The reversible’s work best when you use 2 very thin yarns. On this next one I used Bernat Boa and Paton’s Gllittalic which is so pretty and so soft, just the perfect yarn for this application. For a 60″ reversible it takes 2 skeins of each color.

See how that Gllittalic just sparkles. Well that’s all for now…Have a blessed day!

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5 thoughts on “Braided scarf in progress

  1. I love the last scarf–and you are right it does sparkle really pretty. The braided scarf look great too. Ok, everythign looks great. It has been awhile since I’ve seen a reversible scarf–thanks for the refresher.

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