*This is a knitting pattern, not a finished knitted scarf*
Inspired by the waves of the Hawaiian coast, this triangle kerchief is constructed by casting on and off stitches to make evenly spaced holes. The “cast-off” decreases are easy and create a nice wavy edge. In a beautiful seafoam shade of bamboo-wool blend yarn, this is a perfect scarf for anytime of the year!
Materials Needed: -Stitch Nation by Debbie Stoller Bamboo Ewe in Beach Glass, 1 skein or your preferred yarn. -1 set US size 7 or size to obtain preferred gauge needles, preferably 29” circular to accommodate for a large amount of stitches. -Yarn needle -Pins for Blocking (optional) -Row Counter (optional)
Gauge: Since it’s not a specific size, the gauge is unimportant, you can use the same concept and make the scarf with a variety of yarn and needle sizes.
I created this pattern while I was attending university in Kona, Hawaii so I would have a simple project to work on during lectures. Based on the same principle as Winnie Shih’s Swiss Cheese Scarf, it’s as easy as casting off and casting on stitches, but it’s a really impressive effect.
Please note that the scarf will be very curly unless you block it when it’s finished.