Balcones Escarfment by Erin Chastain-Harris

Balcones Escarfment

October 2016
Sport (12 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 12 rows = 4 inches
in Pattern
12.0 mm
670 yards (613 m)
One Size Adjustable
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Designed for the 2016 Hill Country Yarn Crawl in central Texas. This one page pattern has two finishing options to give you a choice of unblocked scarf or lace-like blocked wrap. Both selections are long enough to wrap at least twice around you and lend warmth to your fashion. Available at WC Mercantile in Navasota, TX. 2016 Hill Country Yarn Crawl Participants with a Passport can receive a free copy in person on October 7-16, 2016.

Skill Level: Easy

Measures: 10in x 70in (25cm x 178cm) unblocked and 18in x 92in (46 cm x 234cm) blocked

Yarn: 670yds (610m) of your favorite sport weight yarn (Sample-Malabrigo Arroyo, 2 skeins #058 Borrajas, 100% merino wool, sport weight, 335yds/100g)

Notions: optional stitch markers for beginning and end of row

Pattern is written in standard US terms.
For personal use only.

Fun fact: The Balcones Escarpment is a natural feature that traverses central Texas. It is a fault zone that runs from Del Rio, through San Antonio and the state capitol of Austin, up to the Red River. The escarpment is a dividing line between two very different landscapes, the Edwards Plateau and Costal Plains. Thus the pattern showcasing two different finishing options from one base design seemed a great match to a similar name.