That’s him, my dragon scarf , not quite perfect, but more on that right now:
I have used Schachenmayr Tahiti in color 07652 from my wool supply. With circular needles No. 5 I knitted two skeins with double thread. The wool is wonderfully soft and easy to knit, but maybe not quite the right choice for this project.
The spikes have not worked out quite well, no matter what I’ve tried, put on tight, let loose on decoupling. Mmmhh …
Unfortunately, the video does not show how the dragon’s tail can be ended. Here is one too Note from the community of Halli Hello helped:
I opted for the second variant, but would have omit the last spikes and one spike should just chain off all the remaining stitches beforehand. Well, next time I’ll do it better.
Do you want to see other examples, Petra Hürkamp has chosen the first variant of the decapping. I also think it’s very nice, see for yourself:
And another nice variation of the dragon scarf from Bunny B If I had done it right, would my look like this:
The Tahiti wool is quite tender and soft, so that the Pips did not come out so well. I decided that cloth curious; excited , With other wool this is probably not necessary.
My dragon tail reached one before cocking width of 18cm, then 20cm and one length 160cm before, then 165cm.
So, how about you, have you knitted or crocheted a dragon’s tail?
Perhaps you have a tip regarding the Zacken for me?
I’m looking forward for comments!
Greetings and a nice week wishes