MK#5 Scarf by Robyne Conway

MK#5 Scarf

Knitting
July 2018
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 8 - 5.0 mm
383 - 421 yards (350 - 385 m)
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This simply stylish scarf looks clever and elegant, but is extremely easy to make.

Like all minimal knits | DESIGNED scarves, MK#5 drapes beautifully, can be worn in all sorts of ways and is quick to knit because it uses needles larger than is usual for the yarn. A 4ply/fingering version of MK#13, this scarf has an elongated boomerang shape with eyelet panels and edges, and is knitted on the bias. (If you have already purchased MK#13, and you’d like to do it in 4ply, just make a note of the needle size and yardage and follow the MK#13 pattern.)

The pictured scarf was made from a 100g skein of Bombed Yarns 4ply 100% merino in the colour Pride (containing 350 metres / 383 yards) and measures 60cm / 23⅜ inches by 128cm / 47⅞ inches by 172cm / 67⅛ inches, after blocking.

Skill Level Easy

Materials
Between 350 metres / 394 yards and 385 metres / 421 yards of Fingering/Sock/4 ply yarn
Please note that some yarns knit up more closely than others and if knitted with yarn at the lower end of the quantity range it may require blocking to achieve a practical length
5 mm / US 8 needles

Gauge
Doesn’t matter unless you knit very tightly or very loosely, in which case go up or down a needle size, as applicable.

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