Yook, Reversible Scarf
I came up with this stitch since I wanted something with depth to trap warmth while maintaining an airy feel and above all, reversibility.
This lacy semi-striped stitch pattern is quick to work and easily mastered.
The wrapped knit stitches and purls are used front and back to render a completely reversible pattern.
Knit back and forth in a traditional manner, the stitch pattern lends itself well to a variety of yarns and can be made in variable widths.
The Yook wrapped stitch is a multiple of 4+2, plus 4 edge stitches.
Simple, elegant, interesting and yes, reversible!
The scarf as shown used exactly 3 balls of Noro Silk Garden Lite (375 metres total)
Shade used was no. 2041
This was my first Noro project and I did end up juggling with the yarn between balls to insure smooth transitions in the colour striping. A few more seams than if I had used a solid coloured yarn, but I am certainly happier with the result.
I hope you enjoy this pattern!