Basket-weave patterns lend themselves to all kinds of variations. In this case, the block pattern is blown up in scale to make three blocks across. The scarf begins and ends with a welt pattern for border and the sides wave in and out dramatically. Makes a scrunchy, textured, cosy scarf.
12” wide by 70” long YARN Quince & Co. Osprey _ 100% american wool _ 155 m/100 g 6 skeins NEEDLES
size US 8 [5 mm] GAUGE
18 sts and 26 rows = 5” wide x 3.5″ tall in pattern stitch
Sister Bay shawl is a crescent shawl worked top down in garter stitch for the body. There are 3 increases at the beginning of each row (6 increases per garter st ridge). The border is knitted perpendicular to the body of the shawl and is attached as you knit.
62 (68)” [157.5 (172.5) cm] wingspan and 12½ (14)” [32 (35.5) cm] deep at widest point;
shown in size 68″ YARN Quince & Co. Chickadee _ 100% american wool _ 166m/50g
2 (3) skeins (MC)
2 (2) skeins (CC) NEEDLES
32″ circular needle in size US 7 [4.5 mm]
double-pointed needles in size US 7 [4.5 mm] (optional) GAUGE
17 sts and 34 rows = 4″ [10 cm] in garter stitch, after blocking