Lifesaver, a keyhole scarf
When I received this skein of Rowan yarn, I knew that texture was key in my design as the bright colors would be a distraction from any other type of stitch pattern. Simplicity was key and the added crocheted edging was just the right touch to add a bit of interest, as well as giving a slight vintage appeal. As I began knitting, the colors truly reminded me of a roll of Lifesavers candy.
Note: This project used approximately 180 yards of the Rowan Fine Art Aran. I had 12 grams remaining from my skein
Finished Blocked Size:
7 1/2 “ (19cm) wide and 41” (104cm)
4 stitches and 4 rows = 1” worked in stockinette on US 10(6mm) needles
1 skein Rowan Fine Art Aran (186 yds/170m) or any yarn to match gauge.
Needles and Notions:
1 pair size US 10 (6mm) straight knitting needles
1 size US 10/J (6mm) crochet hook
1 tapestry needle for weaving in ends