Hello. I am having a bit of a problem. I knitted what I am calling my prototype Doctor Who scarf using the pattern found on wittylittleknitter.com Season 12. Now I am the type of person to be unable to read patterns well.
Here is what I did for the pattern for my first go around. I used Vanna’s Choice yarn, knitted 42 stitches instead of the 35 called for and doubled the yarn (what I mean by this is instead of using one string of one colour I used two strings of one colour). This made the scarf more bulky but it seemed right in my eyes. This time I am trying to stick more to the pattern but am finding that as I try to follow it I am confusing myself.
For starters I am only using one string of yarn instead of two (which makes the scarf seem very flimsy). So is the scarf supposed to be flimsy. Secondly, I am a little confused on the mention that you need to double the stitches. If I just use one string of yarn then when I read I need three rows for example should it them be six? If anyone can help me read the pattern from wittylittleknitter and understand it would greatly settle my second guessing. Thanks