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The herringbone stitch pattern gives a lively surface texture with lots of visual interest when worked in either a solid or a variegated yarn. An added bonus is the scalloped ends. The scarf is worked on needles larger than those normally used for the yarn in order to achieve an open fabric with good drape.
March 26, 2015 -- A rewritten version of the Summer Scarf pattern is now available. For ease of knitting and for a smoother look, the graft at the centre of the piece has been eliminated. Four stitches have been added to each row for a neat border at each side.
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Please note that this piece will appear wider at first than it will become after a few inches of knitting: the stitch pattern will cause the fabric to draw inwards.
Another note: The pattern does not include instructions for the striped version shown on this page. Modifications are described in detail on the project page. The cowl version is also a modification.
Version 3 -- March 26, 2015