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Wind and Sea Scarf

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The magnificence of the Oregon coast and the small port town of Harbor inspired me to create a collection of accessories worked in a simple knit and purl herringbone texture. The natural bias formed by the easy two-row pattern stitch, and the tonal colors of Cascade Yarns' Pacific Color Wave are the perfect combination for this fun-to-make reversible scarf.

Skill Level:  Easy
Required Skills: knit stitch, purl stitch, increase, decrease, crochet cast on
One Size
Finished Measurements:  5" width; 62" length (measured from point to point)
Gauge:  17 sts and 22 rows = 4"/10cm in pattern stitch. Gauge is not critical in this pattern, but a different gauge will affect yardage and size of finished garment. It may be necessary to unravel gauge swatch and re-use the yarn. Take time to check gauge.

  • Yarn: DK weight tonal yarn; 200 yards. Sample shown in Cascade Yarns Pacific® Color Wave (40% Superwash Merino Wool, 60% Acrylic; 213yds/100g): 1 ball in Winter Sky #320
  • Needles: US 8/5.0mm straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Crochet hook: size H/5.0mm
  • Yarn needle to weave in ends
Notes: A crochet cast on is used for this project so that both ends of the scarf are identical. To see the crochet cast on in action, a free video from the talented folks at New Stitch a Day is available here.

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