Isoceles scarf

Isoceles Scarf

This extra long scarf is formed by a series of isosceles triangles, separated with an open drop stitch pattern in a contrasting yarn. This pattern is an easy introduction to short rows, which are used to form the triangles—don’t worry too much about making mistakes, as the open nature of the fabric and the color changes in the scarf will hide most imperfections


Finished measurements: 85”x5½”

Gauge: 18 sts x 21 rows=4” in diagonal rib stitch



215 yards heavy worsted weight yarn (MC), 120 yards worsted weight yarn (CC). Scarf pictured uses 3 balls of Adrienne Vittadini Natasha (72 yards/40g) in Mauvewood as main color, and 1 ball Art Fibers Golden Chai (165 yards/50g), color #33 as contrast color.

Size 9(US) circular needles (or size to obtain gauge)

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