Autumn Senescence by GCB Designs

Autumn Senescence

Knitting
October 2014
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
14 stitches = 4 inches
US 10 - 6.0 mm
250 - 400 yards (229 - 366 m)
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Senescence is the process of plant death and dormancy. This is the process that most trees, except Evergreens, go through every autumn to prepare to survive the winter months. We see this process as the leaves change colors and then fall to the ground. This scarf uses the beautiful and smooth color changes in the Ella Rae Seasons yarn to create a stunning scarf, reminiscent of the leaves in autumn.

This pattern features an easy to follow Fisherman’s Rib that creates a beautiful comfy and warm fabric that will be great for the colder autumn months as we start to transition into winter.

The pattern is written so you can repeat the Pattern Rows as many times are necessary to achieve your desired length. A general rule of thumb is to make a scarf’s length about equal to your height.