Pebble | Peak Scarf by Susan Lawrence

Pebble | Peak Scarf

September 2013
yarn held together
Light Fingering
+ Light Fingering
= Light Fingering ?
21 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Twisted rib pattern with two strands of yarn held together, wet blocked
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1792 yards (1639 m)
3" at narrowest part x 36" at widest part x 57" in length
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The Peak Scarf, a study in asymmetry, is anything but a traditional shawl. Its modern shape and transfer ribs, articulated by a twisted stitch, create a versatile accessory that can be styled a number of ways. Pebble held double creates a firm and malleable fabric, and the cashmere/silk/fine merino blend make it a delight to wear next to your skin.

This scarf uses 8 skeins of Shibui Pebble on size 6 (4mm) circular needle, 24” or longer. Yardage indicated takes into account the fact that the yarn is held double.

One Size

57” long, 36” across widest point, 3” at narrowest point

8 skeins Shibui Knits Pebble
Shown in Sidewalk

This pattern has been updated to use our newest yarn HAVEN. In the new version the length has also changed, by increasing the number of pattern repeats. Find the updated version HERE.