Pay it Forward is an asymmetrical triangle scarf worked on a bias. It is a great stash-buster, using one skein each of two contrasting colours, with limitless aesthetic possibilities. This scarf drapes beautifully and is a fun, versatile accessory. This is an easy to work pattern, suitable for a beginner or someone looking for an easy to follow, stress free project.
As a youth, I found solace and expression in art and particularly fibre arts. There were a number of influential people in my world who invested resources or offered mentorship so that I may develop my skills and explore opportunities I would not have otherwise had. Pay It Forward is a tribute to all of those who pay it forward and foster the growth of arts and culture in our youth. All profits from this pattern will be donated to invest in youth art and culture initiatives.
Furthermore, another way I want to pay it forward is to offer this pattern at a pay-what-you-can rate to those who otherwise might not be able to afford it. If you are unable to contribute proceeds at this time, please message me and I will send you the pattern for free. I have set a number of copies per month to pay it forward in this way.
Techniques Used: garter stitch, eyelets, yo, ktbl, kf&b
Yarn: Fingering Weight
Yardage: Main Colour: 366 m / 400 yards. Contrast Colour; 260 m / 284 yards
Needles: 3.5 mm / US 4 circular needles
Notions: Tapestry needle, blocking tools.
Gauge: (stockinette): (garter stitch, after blocking): 20 sts by 40 rows = 10 cm / 4”
Garment Size: 37 cm / 14.5” deep, with a wingspan of 237 cm /93.5”
Ravelry page to pattern can be found here: Pay It Forward
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