Free shop pattern... a simple asymmetrical scarf using 400m of 4ply.
In fact, just change the needle size to suit any yarn and make a fabric that you like. Or use more or less yarn... the pattern is easy to adapt and the scarf shape is versatile too...
You do need to use a circular needle to comfortably work the number of stitches towards the end of the project, but you could start with a straight needle, and move onto a circular when needed.
Pattern free with any purchase and available for free on Ravelry soon.
Measures - approx 180cm, 30cm at deepest
Yarn - at least 365m of 4ply yarn for a decent sized scarf. We used 1 hank of Colliston Merino Single, but 1 hank of Iolair Gigha or Luing, and 1 hank of Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply would be lovely too. For a different effect, try our ‘woollier’ 4plys like Jamieson’s Spindrift (you will need 4 balls) or Armscote Manor 4ply (one hank)
Needles - circular 3.75mm x 60cm (at least). Click for our circular needle selection.
you will also need a wool needle.
Techniques - cast on; work flat - back and forth; knit; increase by knitting into front and back (KFB); decrease by knitting 2 together (K2tog); cast off loosely.
If you like the cardigan, it’s called Line Dried. It’s knitted in Socks Yeah DK. You can read more about it here.