Wednesday, February 19

SOS Scarf to Knit

I am official Sick of Snow as we have had over 96" of snow so far this season. (Normal is 66".) We all need rescuing from this endless snowy winter we've had this year. At least most of us feel that way. Knit this scarf to keep your neck and shoulders toasty warm even inside. It is fast, fun, and easy!

The SOS Scarf features a ribbed cowl that lightly hugs your neck before splitting into a collar. Applied I-cord edging adds a finishing touch. It's long enough to fit under your coast and stretches out over your shoulders.

It's reversible! Turn it inside out for a different look. Great for guys or gals depending on what color you use to make it.

In a pinch it doubles as a hat. If you have long hair, pull your hair out the back to keep it from getting crushed.

All you need to knit this scarf is 145 yards of worsted weight yarn, a size 9 (5.5 mm) 16" circular knitting needle, and one stitch marker.

The pictured scarf was knit with less than one skein of Patons Classic Wool in wisteria. It measures 18" around (stretches to 30") x 8" tall.

Pattern is available as a download through my Ravelry pattern store.

For more information, visit my Ravelry pattern store to see all my available designs, current pricing information, and purchase pattern downloads.

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