This scarf is worked in one piece on the bias. A central slip-stitch column flanks sections of bias Chevron wedges. Change colors using the intarsia method. Bring the old color up and around the new color to avoid holes from forming in the work. Cut yarn and weave in ends each Chevron section.
DESIGNED BY | Amy Gunderson
SIZES |Finished measurements: 73.5” long x 16” wide Note: With the required yarn, it is possible to make one scarf up to approximately 120” long, or two scarves approximately 60” long.
COLORS PICTURED | Unicorn Tails Set from 12 Days of Madelinetosh
GAUGE | 30 sts and 9 rows = 4”/10cm in main st pattern, blocked
HOOK |US – E-4, (3.5 mm) crochet hook, or size needed to get gauge
NOTIONS | Tapestry needle
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The shawl starts as a classic top down triangle. When the desired height is reached, the left side stitches get bound off and right-hand side stitches are left live. Similar triangle is made, and they are joined using Kitchener stitch.
DESIGNER | Jenny Faifel
SIZE |Length: 89” (226 cm) tip to tip, Width: 19” (48 cm)
This design is inspired by a look, a glance and a fade into romance – that moment when you realize you are Mad About that special person. Worked in crochet open lace, the two colors eventually fade into one another - creating the one perfect visual representation of the two.