Now he is already finished a few days. Yesterday I finally sewed the threads, now it only needs to be washed again.
Do you know that too? The new project is ready, but sew threads, oh no, I’ll do tomorrow or the day after tomorrow … I’m almost always so.
Here are a few Impressions of the Dragon Scarf , He likes my mother very well, he is so soft. Must spur me now, so they have the last winter days still a cuddly scarf.
So I knitted the dragon scarf – knitting instructions:
Wool: Wendy merino, Fb. 2390, 3x 50g
Rundstricknadel: 4 mm
Attack: 3 stitches
1st row: Double 1 re, 2 nd, and 3 sts
2nd row: right st
3rd row: Redo 1 re, 2 nd, and 3 st, rest M re
4th row: right st
5th row: Redo 1 re, 2 nd, and 3 st, rest M re
6th row: right st
7th row: Redo 1 re, 2 nd, and 3 st, rest M re
9th row: Redo 1 re, 2 nd, and 3 st, rest M re
10th row: Bind off 6 stitches, remaining sts
from the 5. Zacke Cast off 7 stitches in row 10
in 22. Zacke Bind off 8 stitches
in 23. Zacke Bind off 9 stitches
in 24. Zacke Bind off 10 stitches
in 25. Zacke Bind off 11 stitches
in 26. Zacke Bind off 12 stitches
in 27. Zacke Bind off 14 stitches
in 28th spike Bind off 16 stitches
in 29. Zacke Bind off 18 stitches
in 30. Zacke Bind off 20 stitches
in 31. Zacke Bind off 22 stitches
in 32. Zacke Bind off all stitches
The dragon’s tail reaches a length of about 155 cm and at the widest point it is about 18 cm wide.
How many dragon scarves did you already knit? Maybe your first one will be needled soon?
I look forward to your comments and wish you happy Nadelgeklapper!