The Ashcot Scarf

Ashcot; noun:
A 
broad 
neck 
scarf
 joined
 so
 that 
its
 end
 lies
 flat, 
one
 end 
through
 the 
other,
 created 
by
 Ash.

 Often
 fastened
 with
 a
 broach 
or
 pin.

 Easy
 to
 knit
 and
 warm
 to
 wear, 
the
 Ashcot 
is
 stylish
 and
 practical. 
Ashcot 
is 
best
 knitted
 in
 your
 favorite
 hand 
painted 
yarn!

Starting
 at
 the
 tip
 of
 the
 tapered
 end,
 the
 scarf
 is
 knit
 flat
 in
 a
 simple 
yarn
 over 
lace.

 The
 end 
is
 gathered
 and
 punctuated
 by
 a
 seed
 stitch 
loop
 through 
which
 to
 pull
 the 
tapered
 end.


 This
 design
 can
 be
 knit
 longer 
(as
 shown)
 and 
loop
 around
 the
 neck
 twice,
 or
 shorter 
to 
loop
 around
 the
 neck 
once.

 The
 smart 
loop
 join 
is
 also
 the
 perfect 
spot
 to
 display
 your 
favorite
 vintage
 broach!

Skill 
Level: Easy.
 A
 great
 first
 time 
lace
 project 
as it
 is 
a 
very
 simple
 openwork 
motif.

Materials:
 200
 yards
 of
 DK
 weight 
yarn,
 shown
 here
 using
 one
 skein
 of 
Meadowview
 Alpaca 
handpainted
US
 8
(5mm)
 needle
 (
straight
 or 
circular)
US
6
(4mm)
 needle
 (straight 
or
 circular)
Tapestry
 needle

Gauge: 18
 sts
 per
 4 
inches 
in
 Stockinette Stitch. Gauge not important.

If you have any questions or inquiries about my patterns, please feel free to contact me.


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