Askew by Jessie Rayot
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Askew

Crochet
April 2015
Light Fingering ?
3.5 mm (E)
600 - 660 yards (549 - 604 m)
Any, just keep going to your desired size!
This pattern is available for free.

I received quite a few skeins of yarn in various goodie bags at the last Knit & Crochet show I attended. One skein that really caught my eye was JoJoLand Melody Superwash. It was so pretty and squishy and just needed to be worn! At first I planned on a smaller, asymmetrical bandana~type item, but I was so in love that I ordered 2 more skeins and Askew was born.

Askew is an asymmetrical wrap made in a variation of the spider stitch. It increases every other row on one side, and decreases every 4th row on the other, creating a fun wedge shape that makes an appealing wrap or scarf. This pattern includes a written pattern, a video and a chart as well.

Size:
As big as you want, the sample is 64” long and 14” at widest point

Yarn:
JoJoLand, Melody Superwash fingering weight: color ms82 used in sample
50g / 220 yards per skein, 3 skeins used in sample
100% wool

Hook:
US 4/E/3.5 mm

Gauge:
10 (sc, ch 2, sc) x 18 rows in a 4” square

Stitches and Skills used:
ch ~ chain
sl st ~ slip stitch
sc ~ single crochet
st(s) ~ stitch(es)