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Condo Stitch Scarf Knitting Pattern

Designed by Barbara Breiter

Condo Stitch Scarf Knitting Pattern

The Condo Stitch is very easy; it is just garter stitch (knit every row). The difference is you alternate rows between small and large needles, resulting in an open and lacy look. Couldn't be more easy!

Experiment with different weights of yarn and different needle sizes. Each will produce a unique look. Color changing yarns, like that used for the scarf shown, results in an interesting effect but solid color yarns could be used as well.

As you knit, pull down gently on stitches to even them out.

Condo Stitch Scarf Knitting Pattern

Size:
7" wide x 60" long

Gauge:
9 sts=4" in Condo Stitch
16 sts=4" in St st with smaller needles

Materials:
Size 9 US (5.5 mm) needles
Size 35 US (19 mm) needles
Approx 180 yards/165 meters worsted weight yarn
Scarf knit with Monet by Lion Brand (discontinued) using 80 grams

Instructions
With smaller needles, CO 16 sts.
Knit one row.
With larger needles, knit one row.
Continue to knit every row, alternating needle sizes.
When scarf is 60" long or desired length, knit one row with smaller needles and BO loosely with smaller needles.

©Barbara Breiter This design may not be reproduced in any manner without the expressed written consent of the author.

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.


Also see Knit A Bit, for patterns by Barbara Breiter