Hari 針(jap.) - needle, spike.
This cool accessory provides one with many options. Worked in a rectangular shape just like for a basic scarf using an amazing textured stitch pattern that makes this whimsy a delightful sight. Inspired by intricate pleating it transitions into knit fabric with flexibility and wearability. Wear it as a scarf, longer or shorter cowl, a snood or even a bolero. All those manipulations using minimal of haberdashery but awarding the simplest of outfit with a stunning detail.
This pattern includes written pattern as well as a chart.
Ultimately any weight yarn can be used for this pattern, but keep in mind that yardage requirements would change accordingly.
9” wide and 45” long.
Shorter version can be worn as Cowl, Snood, Loop cowl, Shrug
13.5” wide and 66” long
Longer version can be worn as Scarf, Shawl, Long Sleeved Shrug, Doubled cowl
Madelinetosh Merino Light, 100% super wash merino wool, sport weight; 440 yds/402 m; approx. 115 gr. color Cloak, short version - 1 skein; long version - 2 skeins
EXAMPLE IN OTHER YARN
Plucky Knitter 100% Merino Superwash Worsted; 215yd/197yds; 3 skeins made long scarf version 11” wide and 80” long on US 6 (4 mm) needle; (followed instructions for shorter version).
US 5 (3.75 mm) needle
OR USE NEEDLE TO OBTAIN GAUGE
5.5 sts and 8 rows in 1” over Stitch pattern
13 17 small hooks and eyes (for loop cowl and shrug versions)
Sewing needle and matching thread
Row counter (optional)