Two Way Ruffle Scarf
This romantic scarf, devised for the 2010 LYS Tour, was inspired by a clever piece our friend Candace brought home from Italy. Each one-skein scarf can be knit in simple stockinette or easy eyelet lace, then worn on its own tied in a variety of ways, or layered one inside the other for double ruffle drama. Go for high contrast or soft, subtle shades. Oh, the possibilities!
This scarf is worked from a provisional cast-on to one ruffled end. Then the cast-on is removed, stitches are picked up, and the second ruffle is worked in the other direction. This creates identically increased ruffles at both ends.
1 skein Rowan Kidsilk Haze (229 yds/210m) for each scarf. Or 229 yds/210m of an equivalent lace-weight mohair yarn for each scarf.
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 9 (5.5mm) 12-16”/30-40cm circular needles, or size to get gauge.
US J (6mm) crochet hook for provisional cast-on.
Stockinette stitch: approx. 17 sts = 4”/10cm.
Eyelet lace: approx. 15 sts = 4”/10cm.
Stockinette: approx. 51⁄2”/14cm across x 34”/86cm long.
Eyelet lace: approx. 61⁄2”/16cm across x 33”/84cm long.