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Meadowview Scarf Pattern

The DK weight Meadowview Scarf is an engaging knit that has a repeat of 3 sections with 3 different textures to create a fun, stripey design. This scarf is knit in the round and the cast on and bind off edges will be seamed closed at the end to make a flat edge. You will then block your scarf to get nice crisp edges so the scarf will end up being a rectangular shape instead of the tube from knitting in the round. When we knit scarves in the round, it eliminates the ‘wrong side’ and you are left with a double layered fabric with the design facing outwards on both sides.

I have included a link to my video tutorial for making the small tassels. The tassels are optional, but I think they add the perfect finishing touch.

17.5 sts and 26 rows make a 4” (10 cm) square in stockinette stitch, worked in the round, AFTER blocking

1074 total yards (410g/982m) of DK weight yarn in 3 colors (I used Dehesa De Barrera DK from Wooldreamers)
Yardage breakdown:
Color A (Verde Gordalilla): 508yds (194g/465m)
Color B (Campo Arado): 220yds (84g/201m)
Color C (Rama de Tomillo en Invierno): 346yds (132g/316m)

US 7 (4.5mm) circular needles with a 16” (40.5cm) cord or longer
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
Blocking mats and pins
Extra yarn for tassels, I used leftovers from color C

Skills/stitches Required
Yarn overs
Slipped stitches
Cast on/bind off
Seaming CO and BO edges closed

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