Strathcona Scarf

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Strathcona Scarf

4.95

A light and airy scarf knit with 100% linen for a truly all season accessory. Sloped garter ends mirror the directional lace mesh. An elongated V shape is created by using a bias stitch. Alternating the order of the stitch pattern easily shifts the direction of the knitting, creating a long scarf that echoes the shape of a triangular shawl. Perfectly portable, this project also makes excellent summer knitting.

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PATTERN DETAILS

Yarn 
2 skeins Quince & Co Sparrow (100% linen, 168yds/155m to 50g/1.76oz), shown in Blue Spruce fingering

Needles 
4mm/US6 needles

Notions 
Yarn needle

Gauge 
22 sts and 36 rows = 4in/10cm in Garter st

Finished Measurements 
Unblocked
36in/91.5cm long from end to center turning point and 5in/12.5cm wide

Blocked
31in/78.5cm long from end to center turning point and 6.25in/16cm wide


Strathcona is part of the book ISLAND, a collection of handknits designed by Jane Richmond and inspired by Vancouver Island.