Very on-trend, a spiral scarf with an interesting accent of lace for the border. SPIRAL FLOW can be dressed up or down for day-time romps or night-time shenanigans.
Lots of garter stitch and short row shaping makes this scarf twist naturally. A very simple feminine and statement design. You can either work SPIRAL FLOW in two colours or for a less razzmatazz version it can be knitted in one colour. Any which way you choose your wrap will look stunning.
YOU WILL NEED:
2 x 100g LIGHT MOONSHINE,225m/100g, 70% alpaca, 20% silk, 10% cashmere and
1 x 100g WARM RAINBOW SPECKLED, 400m/100g, 85% Superwash Merino, 15% Donegal Nep (or any 100g of BHR’s 4ply yarn)
4mm needles for spiral scarf, 4mmcircular needle (80cm, worked forwards and backwards) for lace border
GAUGE: 20sts to 10cm over stocking st on 4mm needle in Light Moonshine
FINISHED SIZE (when washed and hung up to dry):width at deepest point 35cm, length 200cm
ABBREVIATIONS: k: knit | p: purl st(s): stitch(es) | R: row sl1: slip a st from left needle to right needle without working ktbl: k to back of loop/st yo: yarn over, starting at front of work pass yarn over needle to back. When you reach a yo on next row, k as directed. This should create a hole. k/p 2tog: k or p 2 sts together to create one st ssk: slip a st knitwise from left-hand needle to right-hand needle, repeat, keep sts facing this direction, then with left needle k into both of them to create one st.