Using three strands of delicate Habu fine merino, this modern and stylish scarf is an experiment in blending color as it shifts gradually from one to a another. Each end of the scarf brings in a strand of silk stainless steel, creating a difference in shape and texture.
décalage \ day-ka-lahj \ (french): shifting or being shifted.
Finished scarf measures 9” x 70”
Habu Textiles A-177 Super Fine Merino
2 cones color A and 2 cones color B
You’ll need approximately 934 yards/35 grams of each.
Shown in colors Smoke Brown and Brick
Habu Textiles A-20/21 1/20 silk stainless steel
1 cone color A and 1 cone color B
You’ll need approximately 125 yards/5 grams of each.
Shown in colors Top Brown and Brick
Note: If you have difficulty finding a color or quantity of Habu A-177 Fine Merino, it would be perfectly suitable to substitute A-33 Fine Merino, N-75 Fine Merino or N-58 Soft Merino for your project.
24 sts and 30 rows = 4”/10cm square, in stockinette stitch
3.75mm (US size 5) or size needed to obtain gauge
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