A large, lightweight scarf is the penultimate accessory for summer; whether you stay in one place for the whole season or travel to the corners of the earth, summertime is simplified by having one great piece that serves a multitude of functions. This simple design with two options—each in two sizes (petite/large)—is a great example. Knit in a soft silk/linen blend as shown with stripes that are worked right into the fabric, it can be tied and retied in any configuration from head scarf to wrap skirt to beach towel. The pattern is so simple to work that a beginner can take it on with confidence, yet the dramatic results will satisfy any knitter.
Shown here in Bare Naked Wools Fresh Lace, color natural
Matching Motifs: Bluejacket Beret, Colors fingerless mitts
Bare Naked Wools Fresh Lace, Yak + Silk Lace, Kent Lace, Modern Deco Lace, Shetlandia Fingering, Jacob Fingering, or any heavy lace yarn with approximately 190 yards per ounce that knits to pattern gauge. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and drape.
either version: 12(18) inches wide and 60(72) inches long (blocked)
23 sts and 48 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch (knit flat, unblocked)
size 3US (3.25 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge; 32 inch circular needles and spare DPNs will be required for “Ship” version