Bubbles

Skill Level: 
Easy
Project Type: 
Scarves/Shawls/Cowls
Designer: 
Berroco Design Team

Bubbles is a skinny scarf of bubbles that are created by increasing and decreasing at regular intervals. The tassels are encased within the first and last bubble. It's knit in Jasper.

One size

 

Size

Approximately 2” wide at widest point (side edges curl under) x 60” long (Including tassels)

 

Materials

2 Hanks Berroco Jasper (50 grs), #3833 Verde Lavras

Straight knitting needles, size 9 (5.50 mm) OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

Tapestry needle

 

Gauge

18 sts = 4”;  22 rows = 4” in St st

TO SAVE TIME, TAKE TIME TO CHECK GAUGE

 

Pattern Stitch

Row 1 (RS):  * K3 tog, rep from * across – 10 sts.

Row 2:  Purl.

Row 3:  Knit.

Row 4:  Purl.

Row 5:  * K in front, back, then front of next st, rep from * across – 30 sts.

Row 6:  Purl.

Row 7:  Knit.

Row 8:  Purl.

Rep these 8 rows for Pat St.

 

Scarf

With straight needles, cast on 30 sts.  Work even in St st for 4 rows, end on WS.  Work even in Pat St until piece measures approximately 54” from beg, end on Row 8.  Bind off.

 

Finishing

Sew side edges of cast-on end of scarf tog up to second narrow stripe.  Repeat on bound-off end.

Tassels (Make 2):  Cut eighty 8” long strands of yarn and two 16” long strands.  Put shorter strands tog and tie in the center with one longer strand.  Thread ends of long strand into tapestry needle; insert ends into cast-on end of scarf and through second narrow stripe from the inside out.  Pull tassel into sewn end of scarf so that cast-on end of scarf fits down over top of tassel.  Wrap ends of strand in tapestry needle around scarf several times and fasten off securely.  Pull end of scarf down over top of tassel as far as possible.  Wrap second 16” long strand around first narrow stripe tightly and fasten off securely.  The cast-on end of scarf will roll back slightly giving the appearance of a ruffled edge.  Repeat on the bound-off end of scarf with second tassel.