How to Knit Layered Ruffles

Here's my question & pattern . . . I hope it not too long.


Cast on 49 sts for lower edge. Work st st for 1-l/2" place sts on spare needle.

Cast on 96 sts work in st st for 1-3/4".

Next row k1, k2tog across, k1.

Join layers using 3-needle joining technique.
rep 3 more times.

For the 3-needle technique do I leave the stitches on the needle and knit 1-1/2" again from there then add another ruffle the same way, etc.

Thank you.

YOUR ANSWER


I am not familiar with the 3-needle technique so cannot offer any advice, but perhaps one of my visitors will be able to help out.

If you can help please leave a comment on page.

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loom knitting
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are there any patterns for ruffle scarves for loom knitting? thank you

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