This simple design uses increases on almost every row along the top edge of the triangle. The result is a comfortable shawl with extra length for wrapping around your body and a shallow triangle on your back.
Here’s our latest freebee! We’ve combined two great design aspects to help achieve this look. Ribs and ruffles. The great thing about ribs are the reversiblility of them. The great thing also is the ruffle is knitted right along with the ribs in an 8-row repeat. So no more dealing with an almost unmanageable number of sts to get a ruffle effect. There is no wrong side to this scarf and it can be worn blocked or not.
Ravelry: Catoctin Shawl pattern by Dee O'Keefe --- and actually not only have already started but almost done! Mine is in a baby boy blue sport weight cotton; hopefully will be great for summer when the A/C is drafting on the neck.
This fun scarf uses short rows to create ruffles. It is worked in garter stitch so you don’t need to wrap or pick up wraps - it is just a simple matter of turning your work and knitting in the opposite direction!