Lucky Clover Reversible Scarf with Four-Petal Cutouts
For this project, I challenged myself to create a crochet-inspired floral design using cutouts, or negative space. The scarf begins with a picot cast-on, then is worked lengthwise in a reversible seed-stitch pattern punctuated with four-petal, clover-shaped openings, and ends with a pretty picot bind-off. To unify the picots for a full, symmetrical border, I added picots to the short side edges every few rows to match the picots on the cast-on and bind-off edges. The entire scarf is only 32 rows long! Worked in a chunky yarn, you can easily make one for a gift—or for yourself—this weekend.