Seaglass Scarf by Jessamyn Leigh

Seaglass Scarf

November 2011
Aran (8 wpi) ?
Stockinette Stitch
US 7 - 4.5 mm
177 - 354 yards (162 - 324 m)
One Size
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Inspired by the waves of the Hawaiian coast, this triangle kerchief is constructed by casting on and off stitches to make evenly spaced holes. The “cast-off” decreases are easy and create a nice wavy edge. In a beautiful seafoam shade of bamboo-wool blend yarn, this is a perfect scarf for anytime of the year!

Since it’s not a specific size, the gauge is unimportant, you can use the same concept and make the scarf with a variety of yarn and needle sizes.

The pattern is super simple. Based on the same principle as Winnie Shih’s Swiss Cheese Scarf, it’s as easy as casting off and casting on stitches, but it’s a really impressive effect.

Please note that the scarf will be very curly unless you block it when it’s finished.

Note: There were a few errors in the original PDF, which have all been corrected now! (If you find any others, or have questions, contact me.)

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