Limestone Scarf by Jill Wolcott

Limestone Scarf

Knitting
September 2011
DK (11 wpi) ?
4.25 stitches and 8.5 rows = 1 inch
in Blocked Horizontal Rib
US 7 - 4.5 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
255 yards (233 m)
One size
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Relax and enjoy the simple pleasures of making this ingenious scarf. Limestone is knit horizontally, and the rhythm becomes natural and hypnotic. German short rows create wider ends, with a narrower neck for comfortable wearing.

Limestone makes a perfect gift and you can knit it up in no time.

Everything you need to know to make this is in the pattern — including Action charts!

Mitered square “leaves” grow naturally from the horizontal purl ribs and are great portable projects that are satisfyingly quick to knit. The central eyelet motif of the miters and the delicate movement of your leaves highlights the natural beauty of the squishy Powder River yarn.

Skill Level: moderately engaging

Measurements:
One Size
Finished length 30″ / 76.2 cm
Finished width 6.25″ / 15.9 cm

Gauge:
Blocked Horizontal Rib: US size 74.5mm 4.25 sts/1″ and 8.5 rows/1″ OR 17 sts to 4″ and 34 rows to 4″

Needles:
US size 74.5mm needles OR size to obtain gauge, and US size 53.75mm needles

Supplies:
Stitch markers, tapestry needle

Yarn
Powder River DK from Mountain Meadow Wool, 60% Mountain Merino, 30% American alpaca, 10% black Rambouillet, 100g or 3.5 oz / 255 yds (233 m)
1 skein

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