How to Knit a Flat Scarf on your Addi Express Knitting Machine

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Learn to make a Flat Scarf on your [easyazon_link identifier=”B004HS7T7S” locale=”US” tag=”yayforyarn-20″]Addi Express Knitting Machine[/easyazon_link]! These scarves make great gifts, and they are very quick and easy to make. You can use worsted, dk, sport, or bulky weight yarn and make them any length you like. I like to use ombre or self striping yarn for added visual interest without any extra work. 🙂

Click Here to learn How to Seamlessly Graft Flat Panels on Addi Knitting Machines.

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Happy Yarning! 🙂

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  • Marta Sullivan

    I plan on knitting a scarf (pattern from Churchmouse) with 2 strands Rowan Kidsilk Haze. I have tried it on the knitting machine and I think that it will work. Problem is that the original pattern is flat, has seed stitch bordering the ends, and single row ribbing on the outer edges. I have worried about keeping the scarf flat while eliminating the seed stich and ribbing. Thought about hand knitting the ribbing at the edges. However this scarf addresses those issues and now I can get on with my scarf.

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