Cima held double is the basis of this lush rectangular scarf. The irregular stripe sequence mimics striated cliffs while Mesa Stitch, a shadow chevron motif, adds texture and visual intrigue to this elegant piece. The color pairing possibilities for this scarf are nearly endless: try a tonal variation or a coupling of color complements. Draped loosely over shoulders or wrapped casually around the neck, No. 14 strikes the perfect balance between practicality and luxury.
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|Sizing||Approx. 14" x 75"|
|Gauge||26 sts & 36 rows = 4" in St st with Cima held double, after blocking|
|Yardage||5 skeins Cima in Color A, 2 skeins in Color B (shown in Clay and Poppy)|
|Notes||When directed to use A or B, always work with 2 strands of that color held together. Create Color C by holding 1 strand of A together with 1 strand of B.|
The 1st stitch of each row should be slipped pwise wyif.