Boatride by Jocelyn Viernes
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April 2012
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 5 - 3.75 mm
200 - 324 yards (183 - 296 m)
Cowl (10" x 22"), Medium scarf (8" x 32"), Long scarf (9" x 40")
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Designed for the Dubai Knits Yarn Club 2012. Pattern available to the public on June 1st 2012.

This infinity scarf was borne out of a need to design something simple yet highly wearable. Not to mention something that will not bore you out of your wits!

The design elements were chosen to reflect the “Bangkero Festival” theme.

The winding cables mimic the movement of the boats as they journey up the river towards the Pagsanjan Falls. The central seed stitch panel depicts the rocky riverbed that makes the journey just that little bit more exciting and interesting! The columns of ribbing represent the majestic Pagsanjan Falls itself.

Happy knitting!

100g Fingering Weight Yarn, 1 skein

Colourways in Dubai Knits Squishy, 360 yards:
Short (dark blue) cowl uses “Sea Moss”
Medium (blue) scarf uses “Up the River”
Long (orange) scarf uses “Pumpkin Mash”

Colourways in Sundara Fingering Merino Cashmere
Medium (yellow) cowl uses “Yellow Heirloom Tomato”

Suggested needle size: US 5-6 / 3.75mm-4mm

Other:Cable needle, darning needle, stitch markers, row counter

Gauge: Not crucial for this project however keep in mind that finer yarn and smaller needles will produce a smaller finished object and thicker yarn and larger needles will produce a larger finished object.

Finished size (after blocking):
Short cowl: 10 inches high, 22 inches around, sample shown used 200 yards
Medium scarf: 8 inches high, 32 inches around, sample shown used under 240 yards
Long scarf: 9 inches high, 40 inches around, sample shown used 324 yards