I call it Cocoon because of the way it drapes beautifully over the body. It's knit up in a gorgeous honey comb mesh stitch, which I think I must have spent a year or two developing, since I could not find any other large mesh stitch patterns out there. It's a versatile piece that I think everyone will want to wear this coming fall/winter season.
A current trend in designer scarves is the `looped scarves`, where the ends are joined together, so in a sense, the scarf become endless. When I created this scarf, I had versatility in mind, a scarf that can be worn many ways; loosely around the neck like a necklace, looped twice to wrap closely around the neck, draped over the shoulders worn like a shawl or shrug, or wrapped once around the neck and over the head like a head scarf. The mesh-like stitch used in this design is slightly stretchy lengthwise and drapes beautifully around the body. This easy looped scarf makes for fast weekend knitting and makes lovely gifts.
This is a download pattern, also available on Ravelry, com. The pattern will be sent to you by email in a PDF file.