The look of this design is random, but is actually made of a series of cables worked within a twisted rib framework. The wandering stitch pattern repeats six times and has a simple rib worked at the beginning and ending. The design is subtle, yet interesting enough for any discerning scarf wearer.
Quercus Velutina is the scientific name for the Black Oak, which is mimicked in the stitch pattern of this scarf.
44 sts & 28 rnds = 4" / 10 cm in rib st
200 yards of Fingering weight
Jen is the designer behind both the Figheadh and Mirth pattern lines and resides happily in the PNW. In a previous life, Jen taught high school English, and when not knitting she loves hiking, camping and exploring with her husband Fred. Her most recent accomplishment was learning to grow arugula. It's delicious!