At last year’s Knit Out and Crochet Too!, some of you asked us to let you know what we planned for our next summer knit-along.
We found this easy-to-knit pattern in the newsletter from Knitter’s Edge in Bethlehem, PA and followed it to its source on Ravelry and the Knit Cafe. It is called 504 King West after a streetcar route in Toronto.
The pattern is free. The stitches are simple. The recommended yarn is Koigu KPM, a fingering yarn, but other yarns that suit the gauge may be substituted. They use two main contrasting colors, with a trim using small amounts of three other colors.
We know Brookside knitters will find many ways to create unique “asymmetrical neck wrappers.” Join us and show yours off at next year’s Knit Out.
Here are just some of the fabulous scarves made for the Knit-Along: