Kamon Kit (published in issue 25)
Kamon is a long scarf with beautiful flowing lines and smocking patterns.
The smocking pattern, inspired by the light and shadow created by folding paper, accentuates the monotonous large scarf. One of the smocked ends is a loop, so you can enjoy various ways to wrap the scarf through it.
Knit in a reciprocating stitch. Knit while widening from the bottom edge, and create an I-cord edge with slip stitches on both ends. The loop part is knitted with knitting while inserting another thread as a guide for the smocking position, then fold it in half to make a loop and attach it to the main scarf. Finally, smocking is applied to the loop part using a binding needle.
MISS BABS Yowza 2Kase
This kit only sells thread and does not come with a pattern. Please purchase together with amirisu25 .
designed by Ksenia Naidyon
Finished size <br data-mce-fragment="1">Total length: 157 cm
Bottom width of scarf: 40cm
MISS BABS Yowza
(100% Merino wool; 560 yards / 512m, 227g)
needle to use
1 x US 7 (4.5 mm), 60 cm (or longer) circular needle, or double needle
Or, a needle with a thickness that can be used for a gauge
Other tools・stitch holder ・stitch needle ・separate thread
Sample color is Old Gold