Topanga by Katie Degroff


October 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
6 stitches and 9 rows = 1 inch
in stockinete
US 5 - 3.75 mm
320 - 360 yards (293 - 329 m)
59" x 7 1/2", or larger.
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Topanga means “where the mountains meet the ocean”. There are strong cables that border a lacey sparkly center of this scarf mimicking mountains and oceans. This scarf was designed as a one skein project for any yarn that will provide a nice drape, anything that has silk or tencel will work best. The beads are optional, but I do recommend them! There are several ways to wear this scarf draped around your neck, wound around your neck, wound around with ends tucked in for a cowl look, tied in the front, or you could use it as a headband and tie it at the base of your neck.
This pattern features full written and charted instructions.