Designed by Veronica Manno
You’ve graduated! Combining knit and purl stitches together in the same row to make a rib pattern is definitely a sign that you’re on your way. Don’t forget to move the yarn back and forth in between the different stitches, and enjoy the finished product of this endeavor: a stylish, reversible scarf that is incredibly satisfying to make.
• 1 3½oz/100g balls (each approx 219yd/200m) of Rowan Yarns/Westminster Fibers, Inc. Rowanspun Aran (wool) in #972 green
• 2 1¾oz/50g balls (each approx 118yd/108m) of Rowan Yarns/Westminster Fibers, Inc. Summer Tweed (silk/cotton) in #544 jardinier
Note: The original yarn used for this scarf is no longer available. A comparable substitute has been made, which is available at the time of printing. Check gauge of substitute yarn very carefully before beginning.
Approx 7" x 44"/18 x 122cm
20 sts and 23 rows to 4"/10cm over k4, p4 rib (slightly stretched) using size 9 (5.5mm) needles.