Carolina Moonseed Scarf by Lavish Craft

Carolina Moonseed Scarf

Knitting
December 2015
Super Bulky (5-6 wpi) ?
US 17 - 12.0 mm
160 - 180 yards (146 - 165 m)
one size
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Carolina Moonseed Scarf

Written and Charted Pattern using American English Terms with US and Metric Equivalents.

Fast and Fun.

Extra super bulky yarn and big needles.

Worked downward from a provisional CO at center back using basic lace stitches.

Intermediate Skill Level - ‘work’ on both sides and changing stitch counts (RS rows always 12/ WS always 13)

Materials

2 Hanks Malabrigo Rasta in Arequita
or 160 -180 yards (146 – 164 m) Extra Super Bulky Yarn @ 2 WPI
US 17 (12.75 mm) Needles
Row Counter
Scrap Yarn
Crochet hook ~ for provisional CO

Measurements

Sample 5.5 by 98” (14 by 249 cm)
Length easily adjustable

Gauge

Gauge not critical but will affect size and yardage requirements.
Stockinette gauge 9 sts / 8 rows = 4” (10 cm)

Carolina Moonseed (Cocculus carolinus) is a showy and slender twining vine that can be seen wrapping itself in trees and shrubs in the SE United States.

Hello
I will address the first project-yarn-row of the prov CO being knit and equaling a WS row. This is ok, it WILL NOT make a row of purl bumps on the RS of your work! As long as there is only one row made in the project yarn before starting the RS chart, you can k them, p them, rib them, ktbl them, or any combo thereof and once you remove the scrap yarn they are simply loops on the needle.

In any knitting, the manipulations performed are creating the stitches in the row below the one you are actively putting onto the needle.

I promise these things are true - Don’t believe me? I’m not offended… and actually, good for you for not! I didn’t believe the first time I heard it either. So I fully encourage you to test it out for yourself.