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Faux Fur Martha Stewart Scarf Knitting Pattern

Designed by Barbara Breiter

Faux Fur Martha Stewart Scarf

Knit in easy garter stitch, the scarf was inspired by the fur scarf Martha Stewart wore the day she was convicted. The secret of the scarf is in the construction and the yarns used.

Size:
7½" wide x 54" long

Gauge:
14 sts=4" in garter st with one strand of Merino Frappe and Fizz held together

Materials:
Size 10½ US needles (6.5mm) or size to obtain gauge
Merino Frappe by Crystal Palace Yarns
One ball color #012B New Latte (Color A)
One ball color #046 Mexican Chocolate (Color C)
140 yards/50 grams
80% Australian Merino/20% nylon
Fizz by Crystal Palace Yarns
One ball color #7342 Mink (Color B)
One ball color #9152 Wood Grain (Color D)
120 yards/50 grams
100% polyester
Blunt eye tapestry needle

Instructions

With one strand of A and B held together, CO 26 sts. K 1 row. K 21 more rows, slipping the first st of each row as if to purl.

Knit 22 rows in the following sequence:
Colors C and D
Colors A and B
Colors C and B
Colors A and B
Colors C and D
Colors A and B
Colors C and B
Colors A and B
Colors C and D

BO.

Finishing
Where each section of the scarf changes color, weave in yarn and gather much as you would if you were adding elastic thread around the edge of a garment. With Color D, thread yarn in blunt eye tapestry needle and on the WS, weave yarn in and out about every 4 sts. Try to keep tension even and pull in slightly. Knot and cut ends.

Weave in ends on WS.

©Barbara Breiter. This design may not be reproduced in any manner without the expressed written consent of the author.

See Abbreviations and the Glossary for help.


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