This pretty scarf, stole, or infinity loop in several sizes makes beautiful use of a motif inspired by weeping cherry trees in bloom. Trailing branches, filled with buds and new blossoms, make their way along its length in a gently wavering pattern. The highly embossed stitchwork makes for strong depth and stability, even in the silkiest of yarns. While somewhat complex to work, the result it totally worth the effort and the simple rectangular format allows the knitter to focus on the pattern. Gorgeous in a smooth luxury blend, this design translates nicely for cool weather in a rustic wool blend or heavier weight yarn (with needle adjustments).
This pattern uses a dipstitch. See a video tutorial of this stitch here.
This pattern is both written and charted and can be transferred to your Ravelry Library upon request.
The sample shown is the Large scarf, knit in Bare Naked Wools Modern Deco Lace, color Titanium. See additional designer recommendations below.
Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, drape, or yardage requirement.
Finished size: large scarf/loop(petite stole, tall stole): 12(15.5, 19) inches wide and 68(72, 76) inches in length (washed and stretched to block)
Yarn requirements: 570(800, 1050) yards
24 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm in stockinette stitch (washed and dried flat)
20 sts and 28 rows = 4 inches / 10 cm in pattern stitch (washed and stretched to block)
Needles: size 5US (3.75 mm) needle (or size to obtain correct gauge)
Sample shown is the petite scarf, knit in Bare Naked Wools Cashmere Lace, color Natural