Pretty but practical, this simple triangle scarf, worked from point to point, was inspired by the vintage chic of Grandmother’s washcloths. An I-cord edge adds sophistication to an easy two-row repeat, and a color change mid way keeps the project interesting to the very end.
This gauge creates a scarf that’s 51” wide and 19” deep.
The lighter color in the photographed sample is Nashua Creative Focus Linen in color #02, the now-discontinued equivalent of Rowan Creative Linen #621 Natural. I also used Rowan Creative Linen in color #622 Straw.
I think it would be very pretty in #632 Leaf and #639 Apple, or any of the other similar shade pairs.
Note: If you have already purchased the City Girl pattern and would like this one as well, please message me and I will add it to your library.
This is pattern #15 in the Local Flavor collection. The designs in this collection were inspired by the town I live in and love. Photos are shot around town, and supplies, props, and additional garments are also local (to the best of my ability).