Sea Smoke Scarf
This warm, sparkly scarf is named after the clouds of vapor that develop over the ocean when the air is especially frigid. Like sea smoke, it will delight you on a cold winter day – both knitting it and wearing it! Pair with my Sea Smoke Hat to put a little glamour in your winter wardrobe! (Hat pattern sold separately.)
This pattern is appropriate for an intermediate level knitter. The scarf is made in two pieces, each beginning with a drop stitch lace section. The main body of the scarf is a simple k1, p1 rib. The two pieces are grafted together in the middle. Detailed directions and photographs for the grafting are included. The pattern consists of three pages and has been professionally tech edited, and also test knit, to be clear and free of errors.
3 1⁄2 inches wide after washing, with rib unstretched. Length is adjustable. Scarf shown is 73 inches long, using under 2 skeins.
7 3⁄4 stitches per inch over k1p1 rib (unstretched), after washing.
Two 1.75 oz/50g skeins (each approx. 189yds/175m) of Berroco “Flicker”, 87% baby alpaca, 8% acrylic, 5% other fibers. Shown in color #3305. Or, approx. 360 yds of a similar worsted weight yarn.
One pair of straight needles and one set of dpns in size required to obtain gauge. I used US #8 (5mm). You may need a size or two above or below that.
2 stitch markers
2 stitch holders