Foggy Seas Scarf by Jennifer de Graaf

Foggy Seas Scarf

July 2008
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
see notes
US 3 - 3.25 mm
500 - 700 yards (457 - 640 m)
7" wide x nearly 8' long laid flat
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Named for the Sundara colorway that inspired it, the yarn knew what it wanted to be but I couldn’t find a pattern to fit.

This pattern begins in the middle and is knitted to the ends so that the scallops curve the same direction (down) when worn. There is a photo here where I test-blocked only a portion to show how very different it looks before/after blocking. Even the bumps in the middle are gone now that it is blocked. While knitting, I was not convinced that it would ever flatten out and look like I hoped, but it did!

Gauge is 7 pattern repeats over 5” vertically and one pattern repeat width-wise is approx. 1-3/4” after blocking. Gauge is not critical as long as you like the way your yarn looks - but be sure you have enough yarn if you are using a different gauge.

2009 - I am super excited to write that this pattern/my project won the Sundara Yarn Gallery of Projects contest for the Sock Yarn category in Nov. 2009. whee!

2016 - This pattern was just awarded 3rd place for the 2017 Pattern a Day Calendar contest and will be featured on the cover!