The Wing’m is an asymmetrical scarf that is knitted holding 2 strands of 4-ply or sport weight yarn together and alternating small patches of knitting stitches with either 1 or both strands held together. The resulting fabric is completely reversible. Inspiration behind it is Anna Maltz’s recent publication of Marlisle (available HERE), a book about combining knitting with 2 strands of yarn held together with stranded knitting. Because I wanted a double-sided fabric, I replaced the stranded knitting with double knitting.
The pattern calls for 2 x 400m of 4-ply or sport-weight yarn.
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