Here’s my finished Mindless Scarf. I’ve made mine in cotton so I can wear it
through spring (and summer in Scotland) all year round! The cotton gives a good stitch definition too; the fabric is quite crochet-like. It could be made in any yarn you like though; just knit a swatch first to work out your finished size. The colour I used is discontinued (why are my favourite colours always discontinued? Yellow and orange yarns never seem to get shelved).
Yarn 4 x 50g balls Debbie Bliss Cotton DK; 100% cotton in colour 13003.
Needles 4.25mm straights (approx. US size 6)
Gauge 22 sts, 27 rows to 10 cm in pattern (but gauge not vital)
Cast on 30 sts. (I used a cable cast on.)
Row 1 (and all WS rows): p2, (k2, yo, ssk) x3, p2, (k2, yo, ssk) x3, p2.
Row 2 (and all RS rows): k2, (p2, yo, p2tog) x3, k2, (p2, yo, p2tog) x3, k2.
Continue in pattern to desired length (mine is 1.85m long, 12cm wide). Bind off. Block if necessary/desired. (Mine is unblocked in the photo.) Wear with pride.
(Abbreviations explained in my ‘Knitting Abbreviations’ page.)