Miriam Felton Oblique Scarf Knitting Patterns
Miriam Felton's Oblique scarf begins with one stitch and is increased for the first half of the scarf, then a short row section is worked to angle the lace/cable edge. Then the other side is decreased back downto one stitch. The cable is worked in a ribbing pattern, and the lace border is garter stitch based, making the scarf completely reversible. Slightly angled, and fully reversible, this hybrid scarf/shoulder shawl is delightful to knit in garter stitch with a cable and lace border and short rows to shape the point.
Finished Measurements: 82" across top, and 8" wide at center point.
You will need:
Pattern Includes: charts and written instructions
Skill Level: Intermediate
Gauge: 22 stitches and 25 rows per 4 inches (10cm) square in garter stitch after blocking.