I named this scarf after our brand new adopted puppy (edit 2014 she’s 4 now!). I finished it the night we brought her home and I will always remember working up the last few rows while she was snuggled in my lap. What a cutie!
I really liked the way this squishy single ply yarn looked after finishing so I left mine unblocked. The ends curl a bit but I love the tapered points. Wear it long and skinny or wrap it up and pin it in place with a great brooch.
The whole pattern is written in two rows and you’ll memorize it in no time. Happy Knitting!
(Free instructions below)
Approx. 200 yds single ply worsted weight wool or wool blend
(Shown in Crystal Palace Yarns Mochi Plus [80% Merino Wool/20% Nylon; 50g/95yd] # 566 Feldspar; 2 balls)
US size 13 (9mm) straight needles
Width stretches from 3.5 to 6 inches; Length is 10 feet
• Cast on 19 (or any odd number of stitches) very loosely.
• Row 1 (RS): K1, yo, k3tog, *yo, k2tog*, rep from ** to last st, yo, k1.
• Row 2 (WS): Purl to end.
• Rep rows 1-2 until scarf measures desired length, ending with a repeat of Row 1 (RS). With WS facing, bind off all sts purlwise, very loosely.
Wear it long and skinny or wrap it up and pin it in place with a pretty crocheted rose.