Kermit by Kat Riddell

Kermit

Knitting
October 2015
DK (11 wpi) ?
17 stitches and 33 rows = 4 inches
in K1, P1 rib, blocked
US 7 - 4.5 mm
246 - 450 yards (225 - 411 m)
45in/114cm circumference, 6(12)in/15(30)cm deep
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Kermit is a straightforward and enjoyable scarf, worked in four ribbed sections in the round. The scarf is a perfect project to keep in your bag or when you just want to zone out while knitting.

Kermit was designed for hand-dyed and hand-painted yarns, and the simplicity of the pattern allows the colors of the yarn to be the focal point, while the ribbed texture itself does not get lost in color variegations.

The scarf is fully reversible, making it easy to wear, and allows you to get the most out of one or two truly lovely skeins of DK-weight yarn.

*NOTE: Blocking is essential for the outcome of this scarf. The final dimensions are dependant on the scarf being stretched to block-see last two pictures for example of how drastically the dimensions change with blocking.*