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Bridging the Seasons Knit Scarf

By: Simone Morgenstern from
Bridging the Seasons Knit Scarf_1

"Buying 'fat' wool was something I had avoided till now. Finally did it! And to make it even more interesting, I used short rows and ridges to add more texture. I hope you like it."


Knitting Needle Size13 or 9 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge10 stitches, 14 rows, 4 inches. stockinette

Materials List

  • Lana Grossa Olympia color 047
  • Off-white (cream) 'fat' wool
  • Needles: with 200cm cable. I used an extension!
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This pattern is really different and unique. I work in a "cold" office where I have to layer and this scarf would add a nice touch to my outfit. Perfect for staying warm and looking nice.

This is very unique but I noticed it has short rows. I have knit these before but I don't like the way they look when I wrap the stitch. Does anyone have any tips for short rows that would help make this look better? Thank you

This looks like a really pretty scarf, but I would like to see a picture of what it really looks like. I went to the Ravelry site and saw more photos, but none of them show what the scarf would look like if someone was wearing it. How big is it, how long, how does it drape (or not), are important things to know before deciding whether to knit it. Has anyone here made it?

According to the pattern on Ravelry it's about 2 meters long. Would have to look up how long that is in inches/feet. I agree, having someone model it would have given us a better idea of the length and drape.


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