Instructions are for both designs shown in the pictures.
The idea behind these scarves is to create a pattern that is somewhere on the scale between a lariat and a scarf. Ideal for use of a precious yarn or a stunning colour that you want to show off and celebrate.
Materials: 100 gr of 4-ply per scarf (300-350m). The scarves in the pictures were knitted using 100% silk yarn but a wide range of yarns can be used. If the yarn you would like to use is finer, then either consider a smaller needle size or holding the yarn double.
Needle size: 3.25mm
Gauge: 25 sts x 46 rows = 10 x 10 cm in 2/2 rib
Measurements: both scarves measure between 7 and 8 foot in length when finished
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