Regina by Dana Gervais


Fingering (14 wpi) ?
5 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in garter stitch knit on the bias
US 6 - 4.0 mm
700 - 756 yards (640 - 691 m)
Finished Measurements are 98 inches/ 248 centimetres x 8.25 inches/ 21 centimetres
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This long, versatile scarf was inspired by my need for a multi-purpose piece to wear with my favourite red trench coat. I love garter stripes and an easy knit so I turned them up a notch by knitting them on the bias and using a Fibonacci-inspired stripe pattern.

Most of this wrap was knit while curled up on my family room chaise with my daughter watching her favourite TV show. One of the main characters from the show inspired the name for this wrap - she is strong, dramatic and she looks ravishing in red!

I can’t wait to see the different colour combinations that other knitters come up with!

After blocking, Regina measures 98 inches/ 248 centimetres x 8.25 inches/ 21 centimetres.

You will require one 100gram/ 3.5ounce skein of fingering weight yarn in each colour and while gauge is not crucial for this project, a different gauge will affect the finished size and the amount of yarn required.


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Thank you to Ashwinij for tech editing this pattern.