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Bennington Scarf

Variegated yarn adds natural stripes to this scarf without any extra work!

Finished Measurements:
Approx 9×78", excluding fringe

Materials:
Bulky weight yarn, 120 yards
(110 m) in variegated green
Size 13 (9 mm) knitting needles

Notes: When making yarn-over sts before the p2tog sts, be sure to wrap yarn completely around right-hand needle. Gauge is not crucial to the success of this project.

See common knitting terms here.

See knitting basics here.

Instructions:
Cast on 18 sts.
Row 1 (RS): K1, *yarn over, p2tog; repeat from * across, ending with k1.
Pattern Row: As Row 1.
Repeat the Pattern Row until piece measures approx 78" from beg.
Bind off all sts loosely.

Finishing:
Block the lace open.
With RS facing, attach fringe to shorter ends of scarf. Trim fringe evenly.

See common knitting terms here.

See knitting basics here.

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