(I'm moving the pattern from my last post to this entry)
Yarn: 200-300 yards, Cascade Superwash 220, Colorway 893, a fantastic, dark red color. I used about 1.3 balls and ended up with a scarf 3 inches wide with the rib collapsed and the 7.5 inches spread out. It was a bit over 60 inches long.
Needles: single point size 9
Pattern for 3x3 Slip Stitch Scarf (A multiple of 6 + 2 for the selvage)
Very first row only: K1, pattern to one remaining stitch, bring yarn forward and slip stitch as if to purl
Row 2 and on: Knit first stitch through the back, pattern until one remaining stitch, bring yarn forward and slip stitch as if to purl.
Yarn: worsted weight
Needles: size 9
CO 38 stitches using long tail cast on.
Last and first stitches are for the selvage.
One row pattern: *P3, K1, slip 1, K1*, Repeat ** between end stitches.
Keep on keeping on until the scarf is as long as you like.
Bind off. Sew in ends.