The scarf is worked in two parts. First the main part is knitted sideways
with regular increases along the right edge until the final depth is reached, then decreases are knitted in the same rhythm along the right edge to create a flat, symmetrical triangle. Then the stitches are picked up along the increases and decreases and the edge is knitted with increases along both edges and the centre line.
Each wool packet contains the amount of yarn needed to complete the project in the selected size.
The instructions are not included.
Biches & Bûches Le Petit Lambswool (100 % new wool)
(MC) approx. 645 m (CC) approx. 215 m
Pattern shown in (MC) Light Grey, 3 skeins, (CC) Light Yellow, 1 skein
A 3,25 mm circular needle with 80 cm length (or longer)
A 2.25 mm crochet hook
Or the needles needed for the stitch test
Stitch gauge (after blocking)
22 stitches & 28 rows = 10 cm main pattern with 3.25 mm needles
Finished measurements: Width 200 cm, depth 65 cm
You will also need
Stitch markers (4), tapestry needle, blocking wires, blocking mats.
Photo: © Masahiro Shimazaki for amirisu