This relatively simple scarf uses an eyelet rib placed against a reverse stockinette stitch background to let lovely hand-dyed sock yarns shine.
The astute knitter will notice that, while every row is written out, the increases follow an established pattern pretty quickly. Make the scarf larger or smaller by using larger yarn (and needles) or keep going with increases every fourth right side row. Start the ribbing any row that has repeats that are divisible by four.
This scarf shares a stitch pattern with the Damariscotta Mitts.