Connections: A Red Scarf
“Designed especially for The Red Scarf Project at www.orphan.org
The saying goes that no one is really an orphan—and children in foster care, more than anyone else, need tangible reminders that they, too, belong to the human family and are cared about. Sandi Wiseheart designed this cabled scarf with its intertwined stitches as a meditation on family, connectedness, and the many ways we can say “I care” to those around us.
There are two ways to make this scarf: with the cabled border ends (for the more adventurous) and without (for those wanting an easier pattern).
The cable pattern is from Barbara Walker’s Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns (Schoolhouse Press, 1998).”
Thanks to craftytails for the great photo!