• To create a selvedge, slip the first stitch of every row.
• This pattern can be worked over any number of stitches. If you would like a wider or narrower neckerfuffle, simply cast on as many stitches as you would like. The folds are worked over half of the total stitch count, alternating sides (i.e. over the second half of the stitches for the first “fold,” and over the first half of the stitches for the second “fold.”)
CO 20 sts.
Setup: Knit 6 rows.
Begin folding pattern:
Rows 1-19 : Work in St st (Knit on RS, Purl on WS), beg with a RS row.
Row 20 (FOLD ROW - WS): P10, *using the right needle, pick up the st 10 rows below (insert needle from top down) and add it to the left needle, p2tog. Repeat from *to end of row.
Rows 21-39: Work in St st (Knit on RS, Purl on WS), beg with a RS row.
Row 40 (FOLD ROW - WS): *Using the right needle, pick up a stitch 10 rows below (insert needle from top down) and add it to the left needle, p2tog. Repeat from *10 times, then p10.
Rep folding patt (rows 1-40) 3 more times (180 rows total).
Next row (buttonhole row - RS): K9, yo, k2tog, k to end of row.
Continue in St st for 5 more rows.
Knit 6 rows.
Sew on buttons between the 2nd and 3rd “folds” on the end opposite the buttonhole, or place them wherever you would like them for proper fit.
Wet block if desired.