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Knitted Ribbed Scarf in Plump by Mrs Moon

February 14, 2014

This is a very simple 2 by 2 knitted rib pattern but what better way to show off the texture and stuning softness of Mrs Moon' Plump yarn.  We have choosen Clotted Cream, a subtle and sophisticated colour, but Plump comes in a beautiful palette of colours, you could try something brighter like 'Rhubarb Crumble' maybe with some contrasting tassels, or a more manly Earl Grey or Blueberry muffin!

We have used 3 skeins, this gives you a lovely long scarf that you can wrap around you neck - 2 skeins gives you a scarf that you can tie, so if you prefer something shorter, go for that.  You could of course go for something wider and longer.. I was tempted to go for a throw, but that will have to wait for another day..... this yarn is very light and warm so longer would not mean heavier, you would just be enveloped in a soft fluffy cloud!

 When you are making a ribbed scarf as long as you start with a multiple of 4 stitches you always start every row with 2 knit stitches.

What you need:

3 skeins of Plump in Clotted Cream

10mm needles

What to do:

Cast on 24 stitches

Row 1: *K2, P2, repeat from *  to the end,

Repeat row 1, until you have about 1 metre of yarn left.

Now cast off loosely in pattern.

NB. If you slip the first stitch of every row knitwise this will make for a lovely neat edge