504 King West by The Knit Cafe Toronto
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504 King West

Knitting
July 2014
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
375 - 400 yards (343 - 366 m)
one size: 140 cm/ 55 inches long, 27 cm/ 10 inches at widest point
This pattern is available for free.

A pattern designed for your commute! This asymmetrical neck wrapper is a restful knit meant for sleepy, distracted knitters who like to knit to the rhythm of the metro or the streetcar. Named after the Toronto streetcar route that rumbles by The Knit Café on Roncesvalles Ave, this pattern was originally inspired by the TTC Knitalong. This intrepid group takes over Toronto Transit for an annual knitathon. Amazing!

This garter stitch scarf is shaped with increases and decreases to form a dynamic, obtuse triangular shape. Have fun with the mixing and matching of the colours! Choose two for the body of the scarf and a cute trio of colours for the scarf edge. In our version we took advantage of Koigu Yarn’s sweet, mini skeins, which are 10 metres long each. This is the perfect amount for one stripe in this pattern.

Made with a long circular needle, you won’t have to worry about poking the passenger beside you or losing a needle, just throw this project in your bag and climb aboard.

You can find the pattern and all the yarn together for a 504 King West in a Knit Café Knit Kit HERE