Granny Golightly by Polly Plum

Granny Golightly

November 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 6 rows = 4 inches
in 12 dc and 6 rows is 4 inches
5.5 mm (I)
350 - 380 yards (320 - 347 m)
12"X56 or 18"x36"
This pattern is available for free.

My first ever granny stitch pattern, this project is fast and easy and was designed to make the most out of your cakes of self-striping yarn. Though, it will work equally well with most yarns. The granny stitch includes a turn in the middle to break up the striping and adds motion and interest, and the lightly scalloped border is built into the rows.

Work this one as an infinity scarf or a cowl or something in between. The pattern is extremely easy to adjust if you’d like to make yours wider or narrower.

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