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Bay of Fundy Wrap Scarf

Create an incredibly gorgeous knit scarf in shades of oceanic blue when you follow the Bay of Fundy Wrap Scarf. Inspired by the tides of the Bay of Fundy, this beautiful scarf knitting pattern mimics the way the waves move. Grab two skeins of your favorite blue yarn and whip up this lovely scarf. The scarf ends up being large enough to wrap around the shoulders quite nicely. For a beautiful new knitting pattern reminiscent of those coastal days, be sure to make this scarf.

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Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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I went up to the Bay of Fundy this past September. I loved it watching how the currents run into each other. So I saw this wrap and thought, I must make that - bring back good memories. I have the perfect yarn. I saved the pattern and it is on my list. Thank you. I will get a lot of compliments on this.

It's a shame that the actual pattern only creates two thin waves and not the more interesting pattern pictured

How can you Not love this scarf. It's beautiful and it's cashmere! That makes it a win-win pattern. I've never seen the Bay of Fundy, but I do see the motion of waves in the scarf that are spoken of in the scarf's description. What would have to be adjusted for this scarf to be worked in alpaca?

I too am searching for the right colour to knit this scarf - after all it is named for a Canadian bay so I have to knit it, the fact that I love the look of it has nothing to do with it lol

Being from NS and close to the Bay of Fundy, I am definitely going to try this scarf pattern. I just need to find the right color yarn in my stash. The search is on.

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