Wild Cherry Triangular Scarf
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Pattern description from Interweave Knits: “I have a collection of scarves that is spilling out of the hall closet. My current favorite is a small crocheted shawl shaped as a wide, shallow triangle - an easy shape to wear with coats and jackets, and a pleasing change from the usual long, narrow rectangle. For the staff project I decided to make a knitted version in a soft, drapey, merino boucle with lovely color modulations and a hint of texture. I worked it in smooth, stockinette stitch to keep the emphasis on the yarn design. I began with nine stitches at the point and worked yarnover increases along the edges on every row, just inside a three garter-stitch border. The scarf was finished in no time flat and it’s pretty enough that I don’t mind ‘putting it away’ on a favorite chair.”
Notions: Tapestry needle
Note from Interweave Knits: “In the yarn and size shown, this project uses about 1/5 of a skein. Make several for gifts, or make a larger shawl by continuing in patt until there is just enough yarn left to BO (4 times the width across the top of your shawl), then BO all sts.