Devil's Punch Bowl by Kay Hopkins

Devil's Punch Bowl

March 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinete
US 5 - 3.75 mm
475 - 525 yards (434 - 480 m)
one size fits all and adjustable
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Correction to Row 1:* Sl1 wyif, k6, pm, k20, pm, k20, pm, k7.

Diamonds of open lace connected by diagonal latticework. A great intro to lacework and a surprisingly quick knit, this reversible scarf is a fun way to spice up your wardrobe.

Complete written and charted instructions are included. Uses approx. 500 yds of fingering or sock weight yarn for a scarf that is 10 inches x 74 inches.

The Devil’s Punch Bowl is a wild spot on the central Oregon Coast. The bowl was likely created by the collapse of the roof over two sea caves and is partially open to the Pacific Ocean. Waves enter the bowl, where they often violently churn, swirl and foam, sending spray up into the viewing area alongside Hwy 101. I have fond memories as a small child of peering through the openings in the safety railing and being totally spellbound by the crashing and swirling waves trapped in the punch bowl.

Be sure to visit on a stormy day!