Shannon Scarf by Sincerely Pam

Shannon Scarf

October 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
3 stitches = 1 inch
5.0 mm (H)
345 - 350 yards (315 - 320 m)
25" wide x 13.5' tall
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This scarf/cowl was designed and inspired by the incredibly gorgeous fingering weight yarn I purchased from Yarn Baby LLC. I did not have a pattern in mind when I purchased it. Instead the stitches came to me with hook in hand. This cowl truly designed itself.

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This scarf/cowl is incredibly versatile in that it can be made with any yarn and hook you have on hand. The fingering weight yarn and H hook aren’t usually paired together, but in this case it allows a beautifully light and airy stitch and gives this piece incredible drape.

Although the pattern was written using the Fingering weight yarn and an H hook, it has been tested with #4 worsted weight and #6 chunky weight with amazing results! Measurements and suggestions are listed in the pattern.

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©Pamela Dajczak 2013