Kimpton Scarf and Wrap
Simple yet sophisticated, this is the perfect accessory for Spring and Summer. It is worked lengthwise with a reversible openwork design which makes it lightweight yet warm enough to ward off any evening chills.
The pattern is easy to knit and is worked in a cotton mix yarn which has great stitch definition and a lovely drape. Instructions are included for three different sizes to give two lengths of scarf and a wider version which is just right for a wrap or stole.
Please see below for more information about this pattern.
Techniques required: Knitting, purling, slipped stitches and yarn overs.
Sizes: Medium Scarf (Long Scarf, Wrap)
Width: 22.5 (22.5, 50) cm / 9 (9, 20) ins.
Length: 170 (185, 185) cm / 66 (72, 72) ins.
Yarn: Knit Picks Shine Sport-weight yarn, 60% Pima cotton, 40% Modal (Beechwood fibre), 100m/110 yds:50gm ball in Col #6567 Butter x5 (6, 12) balls.
Actual amount used in Medium size scarf: 230gm/8.2 oz = 460m/506 yds.
Yarn substitution: To use an alternative yarn, please select a cotton mix Sportweight yarn that drapes well and with a recommended gauge of 24 sts:10 cm/4 ins using 3.25-3.75mm / US #3-5 needles.
Needles: 4.0mm/US #6 circular needles, length 120cm/48 ins or longer.
Gauge: 19 sts/32 rows:10cm/4 ins in Garter Stitch using 4.0mm/US #6 needles.
Notions: Tapestry needle for finishing ends.
The pattern includes stitch charts and full line-by-line instructions and is available for immediate download.
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Current Version: v05MAY2021
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