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Wild Cherry Triangular Scarf

Knitting
August 2004
Aran / 10 ply (8 wpi) ?
17.5 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
1440 yards (1317 m)
46" (117 cm) wide along top edge, 13.5" (34.5 cm) deep from top edge to base of point

No longer available on Interweave Online site.

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.