An oversized scarf such as this one will always feel like a big happy hug around your neck. Its two-tone design adds beautiful detail, and it is more than just a last-second addition to your outfit as you run out the door — it promises to be the main focal point!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Size: About 66” long prior to Kitchener St, or desired length
Gauge: 14 sts = 4” [10 cm] on US 10
Yarn: Plymouth Yarn Encore Chunky (75% Acrylic, 25% Wool; 143 yards [131 meters]/ 100 grams): #0658 Blue Heather (MC), 3 balls; #0208 White (CC), 3 balls
Needles: US size 10 (6 mm): DPNs.
Notions: Cable needle (cn); stitch markers; tapestry needle; waste yarn for Provisional Cast On; spare DPN for working Kitchener St
C14B: Sl 7 sts to cable needle (cn), hold to back, k7, k7 from cn.
This pattern is worked entirely in the round starting with a Provisional Cast on and uses Kitchener Stitch to close.
Provisional CO 68 sts.
Rnd 1: With CC k6, place maker (PM), work Color Chart A over next 18 sts, PM, switch to MC, k1, p2, k14, p2, k1, PM, work Color Chart B over next 18 sts, PM, switch to CC, k6.
Rnd 2: With CC k6, slip marker (SM), work Color Chart A over next 18 sts, SM, switch to MC, k1, p2, k14, p2, k1, SM, work Color Chart B over next 18 sts, SM, switch to CC, k6.
Rnds 3-5: Rep Rnd 2.
Rnd 6: With CC k6, SM, work Color Chart A over next 18 sts, SM, switch to MC, k1, p2, C14B, p2, k1, SM, work Color Chart B over next 18 sts, SM, switch to CC, k6.
Rnds 7-17: Rep Rnd 2.
Rnd 18: Rep Rnd 6.
Rnds 19-24: Rep Rnd 2.
Rep Rnds 1-24, 11 more times or until piece meas desired length, ending with a Rnd 23.
Remove waste yarn from Provisional Cast On and place live sts on spare DPN. Use Kitchener St and continuing Color Charts as established above to complete Rnd 24.
Weave in all ends.
Looking for Color Charts A & B. Missing from the online directions,
Hello! Charts are always on the far right side of the pattern page underneath the photos. Here is a direct link to the charts as well:
Thanks! – Nicola, Editor