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The Shannon Scarf is named for my yarn dyeing friend who painted the lovely merino, yak, and silk skein I chose for this pattern. The long loop allows you to wear it as a cowl, scarf, or wimple. An edging of seed stitch leads its way into easy stockinette, garter, and simple lace bands. The edging ends with delightful points that frame your face.
This pattern is meant for adventurous novice knitters to experienced knitters and all those in-between.
Please read the entire pattern before beginning.
Yarn: 1 Skein Broken Pattern Merino/Yak/Silk, 60% Superwash Merino, 20% Yak, 20% Silk, 400 yards, color Autumn Leaves or 1 Sock Blank from Briar Rose Fibers, 75% Merino, 25% Nylon, 463 yards
Needle: US 3 (3.0 mm) US 4 (3.5 mm) Hiya Hiya Steel Interchangeable needles or needles to obtain gauge
Gauge: 6 6 stitches per inch (spi) and 8 8 rows per inch (rpi) OR 24 stitches & 32 rows to 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette (unblocked)
5.7 stitches per inch (spi) and 7 rows per inch (rpi) OR 22.8 stitches & 28 rows to 4 inches/10 cm in stockinette (blocked)
Size: 58 inches around by 8 inches wide (blocked)
To alter the size: Adjust your gauge to increase or decrease the circumference of the scarf as needed. Alter the width as desired.
Smaller skeins: Remove Section 14
Larger skeins: Repeat Section 16 as desired