Chenille yarn already has a texture all its own, but we thought it would be fun to add a textured stitch to this velvet-like yarn to make a super-soft and warm scarf that's fun to knit.
- Four skeins MY Touch Me from Muench Yarns (mine is color 3622, a dark green) or about 150 yards of similar light to medium weight chenille yarn
- one pair size 7 US knitting needles
- yarn needle or crochet hook
About 17 stitches and 20 rows per 4 inches (4 stitches and 5 rows per inch). Gauge is not critical.
Finished size is 6 inches wide and 50 inches long.
- Cast on 26 stitches.
- Row 1: Knit 2, *purl 2, knit 2. Repeat from * across.
- Row 2: Purl 2, *knit 2, purl 2. Repeat from * across.
- Row 3: Repeat row 2.
- Row 4: Repeat row 1.
- Repeat these four rows until scarf measures 50 inches.
- Bind off in pattern.
- Cut yarn and weave in ends.
About the Yarn
Chenille yarn is somewhat fuzzy and plush, making it ideal for projects that you're going to want to touch. Touch Me is a great choice because it is a combination of nylon microfiber and wool, giving it extra warmth and stretch.