I love crescent scarves and shawls, so easy to wear and fun to make, but…I have always hated the hump that can form, especially when it doesn’t block out.
This top down crescent shawl/scarf is no exception, but this time it is intentional and the hump is emphasized in the knitting through slower increases and then folds over to become a design element.
Suggested Yarn: Cascade Yarns Melilla Fingering
Needles: US 6 (4mm)
Yardage: 400-437 yards (366-400m)
Guge 16 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches (10cm)
Size : 59 inch wingspan and 14 inch drop. (150 by 35.5 cm)