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This semi-sheer scarf sparkles with light due to a large proportion of negative-to-positive space. A concentration of decreases in some rows pulls the corresponding eyelets wide open, allowing the illumination of spidery star shapes with diamond outlines. The pattern is further enhanced by using a yarn which has some sheen or luster fiber content; this project is a good candidate for the addition of beads.

This semi-sheer scarf sparkles with light due to a large proportion of negative-to-positive space. A concentration of decreases in some rows pulls the corresponding eyelets wide open, allowing the illumination of spidery star shapes with diamond outlines. The pattern is further enhanced by using a yarn which has some sheen or luster fiber content; this project is a good candidate for the addition of beads.

CO 92 and then k2,p2 for 1.5”. Increase row to add additional 4 stitches. Changed colors every 2 rounds and knit in pattern for about 8 inches. Decreased every other row until there were 10 stitches remaining. Cut thread and closed the crown.

CO 92 and then k2,p2 for 1.5”. Increase row to add additional 4 stitches. Changed colors every 2 rounds and knit in pattern for about 8 inches. Decreased every other row until there were 10 stitches remaining. Cut thread and closed the crown.

Hedgehogs galore! Great way to use up small bits of leftover yarns and to delight child or adult. For sale on Ravelry.

Little Oddment Hedgehog pattern by Julie Williams

Hedgehogs galore! Great way to use up small bits of leftover yarns and to delight child or adult. For sale on Ravelry.

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