This stylish scarf is a combination of textured stitch patterns which complement each other beautifully. It will contrast nicely against textiles with sleeker textures, such as linen, gaberdine or denim. The stitch patterns are made up of rows that are repeated, so you can make it as long as you like simply by repeating sections.
Kyoko Nakayoshi told us, “I wanted to design a scarf that you can wear for any occasion. So I concentrated on simple but interesting stitches to knit and to wear. Knit and purl motifs used for the scarf works really well for yarns that have a beautiful shimmer.”
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