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Wind and Sea Scarf


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The magnificence of the Oregon coast and the small port town of Harbor inspired me to create a collection of accessories worked in a simple knit and purl herringbone texture. The natural bias formed by the easy two-row pattern stitch, and the tonal colors of Cascade Yarns' Pacific Color Wave are the perfect combination for this fun-to-make reversible scarf. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit stitch purl stitch increase (kfb) decrease (ssk) crochet cast on bind off GAUGE 17 sts and 22 rows = 4"/10cm in pattern stitch. Gauge is not critical in this pattern, but a different gauge will affect yardage and size of finished scarf. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 5" wide by 62" long, measured point to point SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade Yarns Pacific Color Wave COLORWAY Winter Sky #320

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  • 200 yards of DK weight tonal yarn
  • yarn needle
  • US 8/5.0mm straight knitting needles

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Patty's Knits
Patty Nance lives on the southern coast of Oregon with her husband, two motorcycles and lots of yarn. When she is not knitting, she teaches classes, designs hand-knits, and publishes patterns. Her book Bargello Knits (Cooperative Press, 2012) introduces her bargello knitting technique with an in-depth tutorial and 28 designs. Her work has appeared in Vogue Knitting Magazine, Noro Knitting Magazine, Knitter’s Magazine, Knit Simple Magazine, Prism Arts, Knit Noro Accessories (Sixth & Spring Books, 2012) and with several yarn companies including Louet North America, Universal Yarn, and Cascade Yarns. Her patterns are available at, Craftsy, and Ravelry (username PattyKnits). For pattern support, e-mail with "Pattern Support" in the subject line.