Laura Bryant and Barry Klein are back to talk to Shay about ruffles! They demonstrate ruffled knitted scarves with a new style of yarn that helps to create the ruffled results with very little work. Download your free pattern for the Pandora and Flamenco Flounce Ruffled Scarf, made with Trendsetter Yarns seen on this episode. Sponsored by Prism Arts, Inc. and Trendsetter Yarns.
Found it...pretty much....
was there ever an answer to the name of the ribbon yarn????? Is it a trendsetters or a Prism Arts yarn? What is it called? Where can I find it. Anyone?
What is the name of the ribbon yarn that is used to make the ruffled knit scarf....not the lace yarn?? I can't find it anywhere!!!
What is the name of the yarn and where is it available. I am speaking of the yarn that Barey demonstrated how to knit the ruffles with. I've found Tinseltown yarn, but it doesn't appear in the pictures to have the weaving at the bottom, please help. I have fallen in love with this yarn. Thans
I am looking for the pattern of the green scarf in this segment... any ideas?
good video on scarf knitting. I have competed a few scarfs and pleased with the ruffle effect. Now I am stymied - I am trying to join a new ball of Tosca Ribbon Yarn which has a silver thread on one edge plain on the other. I used the plain edge as my stiches edge and the silver looks good at the edge of the ruffle. Now no matter how I turn etc. I can't seem to get the silver thread on the outer curled edge. What is happening here. Mary
The segment with the tape yarn/thread was really helpful. I really wasn't sure how to cast these stitches on and what to do with the cast-on end. Thanks!