- Pattern Type
- All Knitted
- Hats and Gloves
- Scarves and Cowls
- Shawls and Wraps
The Peak Scarf, a study in asymmetry, is anything but a traditional shawl. Its modern shape and transfer ribs, articulated by a twisted stitch, create a versatile accessory that can be styled a number of ways. Pebble held double creates a firm yet malleable fabric, and the recycled silk, fine merino, and cashmere blend make it a delight to wear next to your skin.
Quirky and clever, the Peak hat proves that details make the design. A face-framing border of twisted rib is balanced by the loopy, innovative top detail; grafting is the secret to the interesting construction.
Designed by Susan Lawrence
- One Size
Scarf - 57" long, 36" across at widest point, 3" across at narrowest point
Hat - 20.25" circumference; 10" tall
MATERIALS NEEDED Scarf shown in Sidewalk, Hat shown in Trail
8 skeins Shibui Pebble
US 6 (4 mm) circular needle 24" or longer
2 skeins Shibui Pebble
US 5 (3.75 mm) circular needle, 16" long
US 5 (3.75 mm) DPNs
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