How do you knit a perfect square?
It’s that simple! Continue knitting rows 1 and 2 until your square is as long as it is wide. To ensure your square is 8″ (20cm), either use a tape measure or form a triangle by folding one corner of your square over to meet the opposite corner as shown – if all sides are equal then you have a square!
How do you knit a pioneer braid scarf?
Pioneer Braid Scarf
- Base triangle: Cast on one stitch by any method. …
- Set-up for Braid Sections: Kf&b into first stitch, then SSK (slip one stitch as to knit, slip a second stitch as to knit, knit two slipped stitches together). …
- Braid Sections (you will repeat this section until the scarf is desired length)
What is a bias knit scarf?
A bias knit simply means that you knit diagonally rather than up and down or side to side. By using a long color-changing yarn, you make the scarf look like you used a variety of colored yarns when you actually used only one yarn and one color.
How do you knit a rectangle on the bias?
How do I knit on the bias? It’s just a matter of where to place increases and decreases. If you want to knit a rectangle (i.e. a scarf), all you’ve got to do is increase along one side of your rectangle, while at the same time decreasing on the other side of the rectangle.
How do you knit a rectangle?
Knitting pattern: Corner to corner rectangle
Row 1: knit all stitches. Increase row: slip 1 knitwise, K1, yarn over, knit to the end of row. Repeat row 2 until the sides are as long as you want the shortest side of your rectangle to be. When increasing on all rows your work will be shaped like a triangle.