Wya Point Scarf Knit Pattern
Hinterland Straits Collection 2017
Inspired by the igneous rock at Wya Point off the West Coast shores of Vancouver Island, the rhythm of Wya Point’s textured and cabled patterns conjure imagery of rocks and ocean currents, creating a luxurious oversized scarf designed for absolute comfort and warmth. Its generous length and squishy fabric wrap to create a cocoon against the magnificent but chilly ocean winds of the Pacific Northwest. Knit in Hinterland Range, Wya Point’s charted motifs are clever and precise, offering a satisfying project for novice and
advanced knitters alike.
Pattern provides chart as well as written instruction is provided.
This pattern has been tested and tech-edited.
Skill Level: Advanced beginner to Intermediate
Techniques Used: Ribbing, cables. Written directions with charts where applicable provided.
Yarn: Hinterlands Range Yarn
Yardage: 722 yards (660 m)
Needles: US 7 - 4.5 mm & US 8 - 5.0 mm
Notions: Stitch markers, cable needle, tapestry needle, blocking tools.
Gauge: (stockinette): 12 stitches and 24 rows = 10 cm / 4"
Garment Size: 30 cm /12” wide, 213 cm /84” long
Ravelry page to pattern can be found here: Wya Point Scarf
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