It’s started to get chilly in the mornings here in Philadelphia. It warms up as the day goes on, yet there’s still a sense of fall in the air. One morning, without warning, it will be cold. And even though I only have a short walk to the shop, I hate to be cold. In preparation for that day, I knit the Montana Scarf.
Made from Tahki Montana yarn, a beautiful bulky 100% unprocessed wool roving, the Montana Scarf is a whopping 7 inches wide by 84 inches long. In the event of extreme cold, you could wrap it around your nose and mouth – even over your head, if you wanted. And while it’s large and warm, it’s light and comfortable.
Here’s the pattern for the Montana Scarf.
approximately 7” by 84”
3 hanks of Tahki Montana yarn in bark
12″ US 13 straight needle
4.25 sts = 1 inch in stitch pattern, but gauge is not critical for this project
Row 1 (right side) – *K3, p3; repeat from * to end.
Row 2 – *K1, p1; repeat from * to end.
Repeat Rows 1 and 2.
CO 30 stitches. Begin stitch pattern with Row 1. Repeat until work reaches 84 inches.
Bind off loosely and weave in ends.
For now, the scarf is on display in the shop. I hope it’s a while before I need it!