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Vegan Wrapped In Bacon
This pattern is an official protest to the bacon issue of The AntiCraft. The scarf is double knit out of Blue Sky organically grown cotton so it is reversible and no animals were harmed in the process.
Charlotte’s Web (1973, rated G)
60"L x 8"W (152.4x20.3cm)
Bacon Chart (pdf format)
12.5 sts and 18 rows per 4"/10cm in stockinette stitch.
This scarf is double knit to make a reverse image on the backside. In double knitting, you get a double-thick, two-sided fabric where both sides look like the right side of a stockinette stitch fabric. Each square in the bacon scarf chart represents two stitches, one on the front and one on the back. You will knit the first stitch of the pair in the color indicated by the chart with both strands held to the back and then you will purl the second stitch with the other color with both strands held in the front.
Using a long tail cast on, CO 60 stitches with MC.
Block into shape and weave in ends.