Omer's Scarf by Laurinda Reddig

Omer's Scarf

Crochet
December 2017
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 7 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
6.5 mm (K)
420 - 440 yards (384 - 402 m)
5 1/2" Wide by 62" Long, with Tassels.
US
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Originally Published for the Fall 2017 Ficstitches Yarns Kit Club

A drop-stitch with two different colors gives Omer’s Scarf a dynamic texture reminiscent of the colorful weaving of Native American designs. Worked in worsted weight Rambouillet yarn, this dense fabric makes for a warm scarf or a sturdy table runner. The tassels add a playful touch of whimsy.

“Lucy went back to her yarn, trying to turn her thoughts to what she might make out of it. She settled on a design she’d watched her Great Aunt Sally work on a sweater. She thought it might be nice on one of the narrow parlor tables as a runner. She could add some tassels to hang off the ends of the table and dress up the place a bit.”
- Excerpt from “Unraveling: Castanola, TX” by C. Jane Reid

Materials:
2 Skeins Worsted weight yarn, 1 in each of 2 colors
Tassel Maker (recommended)