Angeles Asymmetrical Knitted Scarf Kit
Knit a dramatic asymmetrical triangle by starting at the narrow point and increasing to the wide end. By systematically binding off stitches within the rows, then casting new stitches over the openings, you create a fabric of geometrical holes that nestle between garter stitch to make a cool, undulating effect in a semi-solid hand-dyed yarn.
Finished Size: 13"/33 cm (at widest point) x 59"/124.5 cm (tip to tip)
Needles (not included): Size 6 (4 mm)
Gauge: 24 sts x 48 rows =4"/10 cm in garter stitch
Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light Yarn in Esoteric or Modern Fair Isle
This dramatic scarf with its undulating stitch pattern takes just one skein of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light. Knitters love this yarn's softness, drape, and glowing color.
Fiber content: 100% superwash merino wool
Ball size: 100 g balls - 420 yards
Yarn weight: 1 (fingering)
Vickie Howell is former host of both Knitting Daily TV and DIY Network's Knitty Gritty, as well as a book author, designer, social media maven, and host of her own popular podcast, Craft-ish. Find more at www.vickiehowell.com. In 2016, in partnership with Interweave, Vickie launched her Yarncraft series, of which she says: "The Yarncraft Collection celebrates the love of fiber, no matter how it's manipulated. It's really important to me that knitting and crochet are accessible to all, so it is my hope that pieces I design are simple and quick enough to be completed by fellow busy people-but with just enough detail to keep stitchers interested. Enjoy!"
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