This eye-catching scarf was inspired by the wavy look of a stream of wine flowing into a glass. It features a series of increase and decreases to create an S-shaped curve that will spice up a summery dress.
Skill Level: Advanced
Size: 9″ at widest point x 64″ in length
Gauge: 22 sts and 30 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in Stitch pattern
Frabjous Fibers Wonderland Yarns Cheshire Cat Fingering (100% Superwash Merino Wool; 512 yards [468 meters]/110 grams): 00 White Rabbit (MC), 1 ball; 02 Off With Her Red (CC), 1 pack
Needles: US size 1 (2.25 mm): 16″ circular
Notions: Tapestry needle; stitch markers; cable needle (optional)
SSK – slip-slip-knit
K2tog – knit two together
P2tog – purl two together
P2tbl – purl two together through the back loops
M1 – make one
st-pair (stitch pair) – A pair of stitches used to form one block of a double knit pattern. A knit stitch followed by a purl stitch
P2tbl – Slip 2 sts as if to knit onto the right needle, slip both sts back onto the left needle. Purl through the back loop. This results in a left-leaning decrease that matches the style of all the other decreases.
M1 st-pair – Make 1 increase with main color, then immediately make 1 increase with contrasting color to form a new stitch pair
Using Italian Two Color Cast-On or two color cast-on method of your choice, CO 12 st-pair (24 sts). Begin working charts following increases and decreases as charted.
Weave in all end. Block to dimension.
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