Đan khăn nam kiểu da rắn

Không cần vặn thừng hay tạo kiểu cách gì lớn, chỉ cần một mặt phẳng khăn đều đặn các mũi đan dùng kiểu da rắn, trông cũng đã rất độc đáo, rất “men”, rất mạnh mẽ và ấn tượng!

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Materials

4 balls of Rowan Tapestry (131 yds/120

m per ball) in color 170

US 8 (5mm) circular needle, at least

40” long

Tapestry Needle (for weaving ends)

Gauge

26 sts/4” in linen st (row gauge is not

important). Note: Tapestry has an

advertised gauge of 22 sts/4” in

Stockinette with US 6 (4mm) needles.

Finished Size

7.25” x 54”

Instructions

This scarf is worked in Linen Stitch lengthwise. In other words, each row is worked across the

entire length of the scarf, rather than back and forth along the width. For a longer or shorter

scarf, cast on more/fewer stitches. For a thicker or thinner scarf, work more/fewer rows.

Using the long-tail method, CO 355 sts (or number desired, as long as it is an odd number).

Work Linen Stitch thusly for 7.25” (or desired thickness of scarf):

Row 1 (RS): k1, *sl 1 wyif, k1; rep from * all the way across

Row 2: k1, p1, *sl1 wyib, p1; rep from * until 1 st remains, k1

Bind off all sts in Linen Stitch on next RS row (e.g. k1, sl 1, pull 1st st worked over 2nd, k1, pull

1st st over 2nd, sl 1, pull 1st st over 2nd, etc.) and weave in ends. Block as desired.

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One Response to Đan khăn nam kiểu da rắn

  1. SitchHon says:

    Có ai dịch ra tiếng việt đc ko ạ ? E mới đan lần đầu đọc ko hiểu

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