Mitered Squares Scarf by Carissa Browning

Mitered Squares Scarf

April 2005
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
10 stitches = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 11 - 8.0 mm
150 - 165 yards (137 - 151 m)
One size fits all
This pattern is available for free.

Description from website: This modern take on the classic argyle necktie adds a bit of colorful whimsy to any wardrobe. The diamonds down the center are made using a mitered (a.k.a. modular or domino) knitting technique, where stitches are picked up for two sides of the square and double-decreases are made in the middle of every other row until you come to a point. The triangles along the sides are just half of a diamond. This method gives a patchwork feel without the hassle of sewing seams.

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