Great Yarns Knit- Honeycomb Scarf
Honeycomb Scarf by Fontelle Jones
This scarf shows the beauty of slipped stitches over Stockinette stitch as well as Garter stitch. Only one color is used at a time. High drama is created by the contrasting of light and dark colors, multicolors against solid and glistening texture over uniform background stitches.
Carrying the yarns along one edge is easily achieved by knitting the first stitch of every right side row with both yarns, then dropping the unused yarn and proceeding along row.
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Size: 10” x 56”
Yarn: 2 balls Cascade Pacific (40% superwash merino
wool, 60% acrylic) (A) 213 yds per ball; model Black #46
1 Prism Shimmerati (65% merino, 35% silk with sequins)
(B) 114 yds; model Ikat Gray
Needle: US 6 and US7 (4 mm,4.5mm) (or sizes
needed to obtain gauge)
Gauge: 4.5 sts to inch, 5 rows to inch over honeycomb
pattern stitch in larger needle