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The Once a Wolverine Scarf was designed to match the Once a Wolverine Hat I made for my dad. True to form, when asked what colors he wanted, my dad asked for maize and blue. Once a wolverine, always a wolverine. Whatever your allegiance, I hope this scarf will help you show your true colors. (And from my dad, "Go Blue!")
The Once a Wolverine Scarf pattern is worked in the round. The first half of the scarf uses a simple stripe pattern. The second half uses slipped stitches to create a vertical stripe pattern. Each end of the scarf is seamed flat, or you can join the ends to make a cowl.
The pattern has been test knit and tech edited.
Once a Wolverine also comes in a matching knit hat:
Size: Adjustable. Pictured scarf is approximately 60” / 152.5 cm long and 6” / 15 cm wide. Both length and width are easily adjustable.
Level: Easy The scarf is worked in the round using simple stripes and a slipped stitch pattern. Only one color is used each round.
Yardage:Fingering weight yarn held double
The pattern is written in English. The PDF download includes:
The pictured scarf was made with Knit Pick's Hawthorne held double. The scarf can be made with yarn of a different weight and corresponding needles.
Sample scarf made by: Bethany Cecere talkstostrangers.
Copyright Notice: This pattern is for your personal use. You may sell items made from this pattern. Providing credit to my Ravelry or Etsy store is appreciated. This pattern and the pictures in it may not be copied, distributed, rewritten, or resold.