April 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
28 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette
US 3 - 3.25 mm
US 2 - 2.75 mm
645 - 1200 yards (590 - 1097 m)
65 x 20 inches, after blocking
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Grady is perfect for your favorite skein of gradient yarn! You could also use two skeins of fingering weight yarn. This triangle shaped scarf features stockinette stitch, lifted increases and garter stitch edging. You will knit Grady from the top down and can easily make it larger by adding more repeats to both sections. First photo shows Grady knit with 590 meters / 645 yards fingering weight gradient wool and shown on US size 12 dress form. Bottom photo shows Grady knit with two skeins fingering weight yarn. Instructions for color changing is included. Blocking is required and instructions are included. Enjoy!

Materials needed: minimums
2 x 375 yards fingering weight yarn OR
645 yards fingering weight gradient yarn

3.25mm (US3 / UK10) needles
2.75mm (US2 / UK12) needles
3 stitch markers

Stitches used:
stockinette stitch
garter stitch
lifted increases
knit into front and back

Size (after blocking):
65 inches across top edge
20 inches deep

Pattern Information
Number of pages: 2
Language(s): English
Instructions: Written
Sizes: 1
Photos: 2