Koigu Linen Stitch Scarf Pattern
Linen stitch has a way of harmonizing even the most disparate colors. Our friend Mimi Hepler first created this scarf to use up all her precious Koigu leftovers—18 different colorways! So for our scarf we chose three skeins of Koigu that combined as many different colors as possible. But it’s equally beautiful in subtle shades. In fact, we haven’t seen a bad combination yet! That’s the magic of linen stitch. Heck, it’s even beautiful on the ‘wrong’ side.
Approx. 5" / 13cm x 60" / 152cm, excluding fringe.
3 skeins Koigu KPPPM (175 yds / 160m each) in 3 different colorways. Show lower left in Colors 105D, 458 and 536; lower center and right in Colors 315L, 325 and 857.
Or approx. 525 yds / 480m of an equivalent fingering-weight yarn.
US 6 (4mm) 24-32" / 60-80cm circular, or size to obtain gauge.
32 sts = 4" / 10cm in linen stitch, before blocking.
30 sts = 4" / 10cm in linen stitch, after blocking.
This is the downloadable pdf.
This is the printed pattern.