Isabella's Scallops by Caroline Steinford
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Isabella's Scallops

July 2011
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
275 - 365 yards (251 - 334 m)
Variable. Single scallop scarf shown measures 3½” x 67” (33½” doubled). Double scallop scarf shown measures 4½” x 81½” (40¾” doubled)
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Infinity scarves are so versatile - they provide a little warmth or a lot, depending on your needs. They’re also fashionable and practical.

The 3-page PDF contains instructions for infinity scarves with scallops along one or both long edges. Several variations are also given. Photos demonstrate a number of ways to wear Isabella’s Scallops.

Gauge is not critical for this project. Though the pattern is written for fingering-weight yarn, the project can be worked in any yarn. Using needles appropriate for your chosen yarn, follow the pattern until the scarf is the desired length or you run out of yarn, then bind off and sew short edges together. Either version would be an ideal project for that single skein of hand-dyed sock yarn you’ve been saving. Scarves shown in the photos are worked in Sockittome Select, colorway “African Grey” (single-scallop version) and KnitPicks Stroll Tonal, colorway “Golden Glow” (double-scallop version).

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