One Row Kerchief by Natasha Sills

One Row Kerchief

Knitting
July 2019
Any gauge - designed for any gauge ?
400 - 2000 yards (366 - 1829 m)
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The One Row Kerchief is a deceptively simple arrowhead/triangle shaped scarf/shawl that can be made with any yarn, any gauge, any size.

The sample shawl uses 1 ball of Gritty Knits Timebomb gradient yarn and a US 6 (4 mm) needle, and it’s about 72” wide, 12” deep at the center point. Gauge is unimportant. Judge the way the fabric looks and feels, and adjust your needle size as necessary. Start with a minimum of 100 grams of yarn. For a larger shawl, use 200-300 grams.

To substitute yarn, choose a needle a bit larger than recommended:
Lace weight—US 4 (3.5 mm)
Fingering weight—US 6 (4 mm)
Sport weight—US 8-9 (5-5.5 mm)
Worsted Weight—US 9-10 (5.5-6 mm)

️‍️I am donating 100% of the money I make from the sale of this pattern to charities that support immigrants and asylum seekers.


First donation 7/27/19: $200 to Kids In Need of Defense
Second donation 7/29/19: $200 to Border Angels
Third donation 8/1/19: $200 to Texas Civil Rights Project