Kex Scarf by Stephen West

Kex Scarf

February 2013
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
895 - 900 yards (818 - 823 m)
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This playful scarf features horizontal stripes and vertical slipped stitches. Occasional horizontal bands are worked perpendicular to the fabric, creating a plaid effect. The stitch pattern is completely reversible, resulting in an easy to wear scarf. The sample shown uses four colors, but a multi-colored variation using worsted weight scrap yarns would also look smashing!

Available in Japanese here!

Sizes: One Size

Finished Measurements: 12” / 30cm wide, 82” / 208cm long

Shown in: Brooklyn Tweed SHELTER
Color A (MC) – Nest
Color B (CC) – Button Jar
Color C (CC) – Sap
Color D (CC) – Woodsmoke

Yardage: Color A 560yds / 512m
Color B - 180yds / 165m
Color C - 55yds / 50m
Color D - 110yds / 101m

Needles: 40” US 9 / 5.5mm circular
A circular needle is only necessary for picking up border stitches along the long edge of the scarf at the end of the project. A straight needle can be substituted for the rest of the project.