Reversible Honeycomb Scarf by Mary W Martin

Reversible Honeycomb Scarf

Knitting
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
32 stitches and 66 rows = 4 inches
in garter stitch
US 3 - 3.25 mm
660 - 960 yards (604 - 878 m)
Narrow (5.5 inch), Wide (8 inch)
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The honeycomb design appeals to the engineering side of my mind. Using hexagonal cells, bees create a structure that is sturdy and an extremely efficient use of building materials and space. It also appeals to the other side of my mind where honeycombs conjure thoughts of warmth, safety and community. The Reversible Honeycomb Hat, Cowl & Scarf designs have double thick reversible cables that form warm, squishy hexagonal cells over a drapey garter stitch fabric. It will certainly be what you want to wrap yourself in this winter.

I recommend that you try one of my knit in the round reversible slipped stitch cabled patterns before trying this scarf which is knit flat.

This scarf uses 2 colours of fingering weight yarn. The Main Colour creates the honeycomb pattern on one side and the Contrast Colour is used for the i-cord that surrounds the scarf and creates the design on the other side.

The reversible honeycomb design is made using slipped stitch cables that are applied to both sides of the two colour garter stitch background. The i-cord is knit with the body of the scarf so no picking up is needed. Only one yarn is worked at a time.

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A matching Reversible Honeycomb Hat and Reversible Honeycomb Scarf are also available.