The Two-Row Zaggy is based on a traditional garter-stitch pattern, and can be made in just about any yarn. Although it looks more complex, the pattern stitch is made up of only two rows. The color not being used is carried up the side of the scarf (pattern includes directions).
Zaggy is attractive on the back as well as the front and will not curl. The decorative scalloped edges are self-forming; just follow the pattern!
Zaggy is a great stash-buster, which is how the design came about!
The gauge of the scarf as pictured, worked with worsted-weight stash yarns, is approximately 6.8 sts = 1” on a #9 needle in pattern stitch.
Finished measurements of Zaggy as photographed are 7 1/2” wide by 60” long.
The sample scarf took approximately 110 grams (250 meters) of each of two worsted-weight stash yarns, one solid, one variegated. A single ply yarn works well.
Zaggy can be made wider or narrower if desired.
ERRATA: There was a misplaced asterisk in Row 2 of the pattern stitch in the original version of this pattern. This has now been corrected. Everyone who purchased the pattern before November 30, 2012, should have now received an updated pattern. Sincere apologies for any confusion this may have caused.