Short Description: My hometown, San Mateo, is a suburb on the San Francisco Peninsula. With mild temperatures throughout the year, a light, airy infinity scarf is the perfect accessory for just about any season here.
Gauge: 22-24 sts and 36-40 rows= 4” over st
Finished Measurements: 24” (27”) wide and 7 1/2” (9 1/2”) long; note that the size may vary depending on the fiber content of the yarn and how rigorously the scarf is blocked
Materials Used: ~400 (440) yards fingering weight yarns, such as Baah! La Jolla, Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, The Plucky Knitter Plucky Feet, Anzula Cloud, Bare Naked Wools Breakfast Blend Fingering, Knitted Wit Cashy Lite, Sincere Sheep Cushy Fine
Needle Size: Size US 5 (3.75 mm) or size to obtain gauge, circular knitting needles
Pattern Includes: Pattern is worked in the round and both charted and written instructions are provided. The pattern features an easy 5-stitch repeat, which makes modifying the scarf easy if substituting different yarn weights or if a different size is desired.
Skill Level: adventurous beginner
Other Details: If your customers loved the best-selling Summer Wind, then they will love this as a follow-up project! Easy-to-memorize slip stitch pattern, customizable for practically any yarn….. deceptively simple, perfectly gorgeous!