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If you’ve never played with lifted stitches before, you’re in for a treat with this scarf. It’s a fairly simple design – a border of seed stitch surrounding a main panel of garter and lifted stitch ribbing. It can be done in a solid color yarn too, but this kind of stitch really allows handpainted yarns to put their best food forward. The Flex Tips section includes instructions for making a reversible version of the scarf by working it in a tube rather than back and forth.
Finished Size: approx. 8.5” x 72” after blocking
Gauge: 18 sts and 20 rows per 4” in St st
Needles: US 7 needles, straight or circular
Yarn: 450 yds worsted or heavy worsted weight yarn. If you want to make your scarf longer, plan on about 150 yds for every additional 24” you want to add.
Notions: 1 stitch marker, scissors, tapestry needle