The Necessary Scarf Trio

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The Necessary Scarf Trio Pattern


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The Necessary Scarf Trio Becca
The Necessary Scarf Trio The Trio
The Necessary Scarf Trio Em

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

My niece requested a scarf that is traditional, classic and functional. I looked at various patterns, but decided to create a one-of-a-kind by designing it from scratch. Then I remembered she has a sister and a sister-in-law, hence the Trio was born. They all use the same pattern stitch, just worked in different ways.
It is a simple knit and purl pattern that adds great texture. Using sport weight yarn on US # 10 needles, gives it drape and lightness.

This is a collection of 3 scarves

1. Becca - wide loop - knit flat, end to end and seamed - uses US #10 needles and 660 yards (604 m) of sport weight yarn - can be wrapped as cowl. Finishes ~ 44" (112 cm) circumference and 11" (28 cm) wide

2. Em - narrower, knit in the round, shows pattern stitches beautifully, uses US# 10 needles and 470 yards (430 m) of sport weight yarn- can be worn as a loop or wrapped as a cowl. Finishes ~ 52" (132 cm) circumference and 7.5" (20 cm) wide.

3. Kelly - long - straight two color scarf, long enough to wrap twice around neck or once with long tails - uses US# 8 needles and 460 yards Color A + 320 yards of Color B sport weight yarn. Finishes ~ 75" (190 cm) long and 7.5" (20 cm) wide.

Gauges vary depending on the needle used.


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Gray and Cream

About Designer

About Designer

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I am a life long knitter, starting when about 10 years old. I've left the art at times, but returned in earnest about 13 years ago - with the birth of my first and only grandchild. I have a small family, one daughter and one granddaughter - who are "sweatered-out" as I say and aren't really interested in what I can create for them. Nor are they interested in learning how to knit.
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