The ends of a scarf are the most likely part to show when it is wrapped around a neck and under a coat. I love a nice edging that scallops and waves by increasing and decreasing at the beginning and end of a scarf. Once you are through the 18 rows of edging, the remainder of this scarf is an easy-to-memorize irregular rib trailing organically from the edging. To assure the scarf ends are identical, knit 2 separate halves and seam or graft them together at the center. As written, the pattern has 4 repeats of the edging across the scarf/stole. You can customize the width by working 3 or 5 repeats to get the best width for you.
70% merino, 30% silk
An exquisite blend of merino and silk with 11 lovely colors to choose from, Magnolia showcases the delicate luster of the silk while creating a soft, drapey fabric ideal for a more feminine, dressy look. Part of the experience of Magnolia is feeling this yarn glide through your fingers and across your needles, creating a beautiful garment that you will treasure. This yarn beckons to be knit for an array of cool-weather projects.
Here is the free downloadable Magnolia Scarf pattern. (file size: 808 KB)
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