Westside Market Scarf by Burning River Knits
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Westside Market Scarf

Knitting
May 2017
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
9 stitches and 10 rows = 1 inch
in stockinette stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
192 - 286 yards (176 - 262 m)
Instructions include both a 38" cowl, and a 56" infinity scarf.
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This infinity scarf is inspired by the West Side Market in Cleveland, Ohio. It is a beautiful indoor/outdoor market filled with individual stands which offer a wide variety of items. This scarf is knit in the round as a long tube. The use of a provisional cast on allows the two ends of the tube to be grafted together, resulting in a continuous loop. It can be knit in two sizes: a small size which is worn around the neck like a cowl, and a large size which can be worn long or wrapped twice around the neck.

This pattern consists mainly of written instructions. However, the colorwork portion of the scarf is available solely in charted form.

This pattern requires the ability to work both a provisional cast on and the kitchener stitch.

The pictured sample was knitted using Knit Picks Stroll in Ash (Color A), White (Color B), and Wonderland Heather (Color C).

Yarn Requirements

  • Small Scarf (cowl) - 192 yards total: 80 of Color A, 46 of Color B, and 66 of Color C.
  • Large Scarf - 286 yards total: 120 of Color A, 68 of Color B, and 98 of Color C

Tools

  • Size 2 (2.75mm) 16” Circular Needle (or size required to achieve gauge).
  • Waste yarn to be used for a provisional cast on.
  • Spare Circular Needle (to hold provisional stitches while grafting).
  • Stitch Markers (Optional).
  • Needle for grafting and weaving in ends.