This is one of the most versatile linear knits that I have found. Designed by Brenda Patipa,
it lends itself to any
weight of yarn and any number of repeats,
to turn out anything from a chunky scarf to an ethereal floaty scarf to a lovely big stole. Talk about a “potato chip knit”!
I made three versions of the piece:
Lhasa 2 skeins, shown here in Blue Sky (1 repeat)
100 % Cashmere 2 ounces/100 yards per skein
Needles: US Size 10.5/6.5mm needle
Gauge: 14 stitches = 4 inches
Finished Measurement 8.5 x 51.5 inches
Baby Alpaca Silk Petite, 1 skein, in Shutters (3 repeats) shown below on left
70% Baby Alpaca/ 30% Silk 3.6 ounces/450 yards US size6/4mm needle 22 inches= 4 inches Finished Measurement 9 x 72 inches
Baby Alpaca/Silk, 1 skein, in Sedona, below on right
70% shown below on right
Baby Alpaca/ 30% silk 750 yards/ 7.5 ounces US Size 7/4.5mm needle 16 stitches=4 inches Finished Measurement 25 x 60 inches
Click on photo above and colorway swatches below for larger views of scarf.