Ridged Ripples Scarf by Tina Whitmore
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Ridged Ripples Scarf

Light Fingering ?
33 stitches and 23.5 rows = 4 inches
US 7 - 4.5 mm

A series of increases and decreases creates a beautiful faux cable effect in this double-sided neck warmer.

Knitted measurements: 4 1/2 “ x 76” (11.5cm x 193cm

Scarf is worked in two halves from cast-on edge to center, each half is worked circularly and the two halves are joined using 3-needle bind-off.

Use two separate balls of yarn throughout. Designate one ball as Main Color (MC) and one ball as Contrast Color (CC). For the greatest color contrast and to make the stitch pattern stand out start each ball of yarn at a different point in the color sequence from the other.

Color dominance is when one color seems more prominent than the other. To ensure consistency in color dominance, always strand MC below CC and CC above MC.