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During WWII many of the young men and women were displaced by war. Many of them were forced from their homes in the city to new homes located in the country. With this move they often come unprepared for the colder temperatures and climates. This scarf was originally designed to be knit for these children.
A squishy vintage pattern stitch combined with subtle shaping makes this an elastic, warm, but lightweight scarf/shawl. It can be worn on its own over a tank top for a light summer accessory or under a light sweater to provide just a touch of warmth. Try it in a worsted/aran weight yarn to get a vintage thick, chunky, and warm scarf perfect for winter. This really is a versatile vintage pattern perfect for everyone!
Fiesta Yarns Baby Boom, 90% Extrafine Superwash Merino Wool, 10% Nylon, 440yds per 4oz skein
1 skein Harlequin
US 7 (4.5mm) needles
Approximately 8 in. by 40 in. after blocking.
31sts and 24 rows = 4” in Pattern Stitch. If your gauge is not that given here, try a smaller or larger needle until you obtain this gauge. If you have to use a different size needle from that called for, it will not in any way alter the garment provided you knit 19 stitches every 4 inches.