Whiskey Creek Scarf
This scarf is designed to showcase those self-striping and multicoloured yarns that can tend be too muddy or busy for many interesting lace patterns. The simple, open design can also display any sport or fingering weight hand-spun yarn to its maximum advantage. This scarf, knit to bias to the left, is cast on one corner, increases in size to the width of the scarf, then continues to the opposite point. It can be blocked into a rectangle if desired, especially with the help of tassels on each end. Enjoy the organic shaping and the detail of the subtle cable-work that adds some movement in the body of the scarf.
- This pattern includes charts and written instructions.
- This scarf can be completed in sock weight or sport weight yarn.
- For best results, make sure you block your project to open up the eyelets nicely!
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