Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Chevron Scarf

It's getting to be cooler out. That means scarf weather!!! [Ok so maybe we've only had one "fallish" day but that counts!]


I fell in love with this scarf pattern on Ravelry. I'm making another color now. It's pretty easy peasy. I simply grab the needles while watching tv at night and go at it. I have the pattern memorized, it's that easy!

I love how light this scarf is. It technically isn't that warm but it's great for fall over a long-sleeved t-shirt. I wear it on brisk morning walks or while watching the kids play soccer. I used Socks That Rock yarn (details below). You do have to block this scarf otherwise it curls a bit.

Yarn: Socks That Rock (Fire on the Mountain colorway), Lightweight, 405 yards

Needles: Addi Turbo, size 2 (2.75mm) 16" circulars (straights will work too) Pattern: Chevron Scarf on Ravelry

Toby even looks cute in this scarf.

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