Dots & Dashes by lisa lucia
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Dots & Dashes

Knitting
November 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in double knitting
US 4 - 3.5 mm
US 6 - 4.0 mm
960 yards (878 m)
SCARF: One size - 5¼in/(13.5cm) by 68½in/(174cm) HAT: To fit 19¼(20¾, 22½)in/[49(53, 57)cm] head circumference.
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As seen on Gilmore Girls, this super squishy, soft, double-knit hat and scarf set is a great way to stay warm on a cold Stars Hollow evening. But be careful leaving this lying around the house unattended, lest your mom adopt it into her winter wardrobe! You’ll need it to stay cozy on your journey to Luke’s Diner to meet your bestie. Sip on some coffee while you knit and gossip about all the happenings around the square.

The official pattern for the scarf Rory Gilmore wears in the new season of Gilmore girls.

COLOR NOTE: The original scarf we made for the show was knit in Mirasol Miski “Misty Grey” and “Denim,” but those colorways have since been discontinued. We are now using the Knightsbridge “Barley” and “Concordia” for our Blue/Grey color combo.

YARN
The Fibre Co., Knightsbridge (65% Baby Llama, 25% Merino, 10% Silk, 1.76oz/50g, 120yds/110m)
MC: 4 skeins (2 1⁄4 skeins for scarf; 1 1⁄4 skeins for hat)
CC: 4 skeins (2 1⁄4 skeins for scarf; 1 1⁄4 skeins for hat)

NEEDLES
Adjust needle size to obtain correct gauge.
1- US #4 (3.5mm) 16in/(40cm) circular needle for ribbing
1- US #6 (4mm) 16in/(40cm) circular needle for body of hat and scarf
1- Set of 5, 8in/(20cm) DPNs

NOTIONS
Darning needle
Stitch markers (locking or ring style)
Cable needle

GAUGE
Be sure to swatch in double knitting, because most people’s gauge is tighter in regular Stockinette stitch.

5 sts and 7 rows to 1in/(10cm) in Stockinette double knitting using #6 needle

Errata: There was a typo in the original pdf - the proper gauge is 5 sts and 7 rows per single inch, not per 4in.