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A long, narrow asymmetrical triangle worked all in garter stitch, Point Breeze is the perfect way to use up those odds and ends of yarn. Written for fingering weight yarn, any yarn plus the appropriate needle size will make a gorgeous scarf.
The finished measurements are approximately 56” along the longest size; the remaining sides are approximately 27.5” and 36”.
The directions are written for fingering weight yarn, and the finished measurements reflect that. If you want to use a heavier weight yarn and follow the directions exactly, your scarf will be larger over all. You can always stop the scarf and bind off whenever it has reached a size you are comfortable with.
You will need 70 yards of each of 7 colors of fingering weight yarn and a size US6 (4.0mm) 24” circular needle; if you choose to use a heavier weight yarn, work with a needle about 3 sizes larger than the needle specified on the yarn label.