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Babycakes

June 5, 2015
Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Babycakes

Update: Miss Babs Gradient sets now come with 6 or 7 skeins of yarn. If you have these larger sets, just work extra sections.

Babycakes is designed for using your baby cakes of gradient yarn! This asymmetric scarf is knit on the bias and features five color sections using lots of garter stitch. Sample scarf is knit with Miss Babs Gradient set in Pegasus. The five colors are worked from lightest to darkest. Sample scarf shown on US size 12 dress form. Enjoy!

Materials needed:
1 Miss Babs Gradient Yarn Set in “Pegasus” (5 x 133 yards) OR
5 Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply Toes = 665 yards OR
5 Miss Babs Cosmic Toes = 665 yards OR
5 x 135 yards fingering weight yarn in different shades
3.00mm (US2.5 / UK11) knitting needles

Stitches used:
garter stitch
slip one stitch
knit two stitches together
knit into front and back

Size (approximate, after blocking):
77 inches across top edge
15 inches deep

or click to see Babycakes projects on Ravelry

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 6, 2015 7:07 am

    lovely!!

  2. Francesca permalink
    February 18, 2019 12:35 pm

    Hi! I’d like to work this scarf, but there’s something not very clear to me: how many rows do I have to work for each color? In the instructions there’s written “until you have enough yarn” but it’s not enough to understand :).
    Can you help me?
    Thank you so much
    Francesca

    • February 18, 2019 6:23 pm

      Hello Francesca,

      You work each color until you run out of yarn. Each color is a separate section.

      I hope this helps!

      Thanks,
      Annie

      • Francesca permalink
        February 19, 2019 8:25 am

        Hi Annie,
        First of all, thank you for your answer, my question was to get an idea of the proportions between colours.
        I’m still an amateur, I need to know how many rows to work.
        Thanks,
        Francesca

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