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Strata & Palomino Fan Stitch Scarf

By: Barry Klein for Trendsetter Yarns

This striking knit scarf pattern is a dazzling combination of color and texture. The Strata and Palomino Fan Stitch Scarf features the simple fan stitch, giving the scarf an interesting look and feel. This pretty scarf is perfect the perfect statement piece to layer over a basic turtleneck or plain sweater. The Strata and Palomino Fan Stitch Scarf is a dramatic piece that will give whatever you're wearing a touch of style and a dash of flare.

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Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials:

  • Yarn: Strata #096,100,254,395,709-1/50gr. ea. Palomino #6-2/50gr.
  • Needles: U.S. #8


Gauge:
With #8 needle and Strata in Fan St.; 21sts = 4”.


Stitches used:
Fan St.:
Row 1: *K2-tog/3x, (Yo,K1)6x, K2-tog/3x*.
Rep *to*.
Row 2,4: Purl across the row.
Row 3,5: Knit across the row.
Row 6: Knit across the row.


SCARF
With #8 needle and Strata, Cast on 72sts. *Work in Fan St. for 3 complete repeats of Fan St. pattern.
Change to Palomino and Purl the first RS row as follows:
Fold tail over to overlap 3sts. Put needle into Strata stitch and Purl, catching thread at top of
Palomino box as yarn. Purl across the row. Turn work and knit the row catching threads at to of box to use as stitch. Continue until 3sts remain. Cut tail leaving enough to overlap last 3sts.
Overlap stitches and purl balance of row.*
Change to new color of Strata work from *to* in pattern. Continue in this manner changing colors after 2 rows of Palomino have been worked until all colors of Strata have been worked. Bind off in pattern.

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