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Ravessa Scarf

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Yarn: DK weight, approximately 425 yds./399 m
Shown in Feederbrook Farm ENTROPY (100% BFL wool; 260 yds./238 m per 3.5 oz./100 g skein), two skeins

Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm), or size needed to obtain gauge

Gauge: One horizontal pattern repeat = 9 in./23 cm wide at widest point and 8 in./20.5 cm wide at narrowest point, after blocking; 22 rows (one vertical pattern repeat) = 2.25 in./6 cm in length, after blocking

Finished Dimensions: 87 in./221 cm long, 9 in./23 cm wide at widest points, and 8 in./20.5 cm wide at narrowest points, after blocking

The varied stitch patterns and textures in this scarf combine with a subtly color-changing yarn for a truly elegant accessory.

The yarn used in the sample is designed to look like a handspun yarn, with colors that slowly shift and change. A gradient yarn would also work well with this pattern, but it looks equally stunning in a solid color.

To knit this pattern, you will need to know how to do the following skills and stitches:
- cables (worked with or without a cable needle)
- directional decreases (k2tog and ssk) and increases (m1L and m1R)
- centered double decreases
- slipped stitches
- eyelets created by yarnovers

The pattern repeat in this scarf is both written and charted.

This pattern has been professionally tech edited.
You will get a PDF (1MB) file
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