Noro Wave Scarf Pattern
by Allison Van Zandt, www.simplysockyarn.com
This pattern was inspired by the many
available feather and fan-type stitch
patterns available on the web and in
print. As none of them were exactly
what I wanted, I simply incorporated
parts of each that I liked into this
simple scarf pattern. I find that it
shows of the color changes of Noro
and JojoLand quite well. It also looks
nice on both the right and wrong sides.
Project Requirements: 2 balls of Noro Silk Garden Sock (328 yards per
ball) or similar yarn, and a US 5 circular needle.
For this project I used Noro Silk Garden Sock yarn color 245 and 24”
Addi Turbo Lace Circular needles in US 5.
Cast on 48 stitches.
Knit 2 rows.
Follow the wave pattern until your scarf is the desired length.
Knit 2 rows.
Cast off. Weave in ends. Wash and block to enhance wave pattern.
Row 1: Knit all stitches
Rows 2 & 4: k2, purl to last 2 stitches, k2
Row 3: k2, *p2tog twice, YO (K1, YO) 3 times, p2tog twice*
repeat from * 3 more times, k2
This pattern is based on an 11 stitch “wave” pattern (repeated 4 times),
sandwiched between 2 knit stitches at the beginning and end. If you want
to use one ball of yarn instead of two, consider knitting a narrower scarf
by casting on only 37 stitches and repeating the 11-stitch wave pattern in
Row 3 only three times. * Red type above is a corrected error
Assistance in charting this pattern came from Lauren at: