Gåde in Danish means ‘riddle’—and this pattern’s use of shadow stitching creates a riddle to the eye! The different height of knit stitches on wrong side rows creates a sumptuous depth of texture—and lets you adventure with color placement!
This pattern is thoughtfully designed as a folding pamphlet and includes:
- Color photography
- Instructions for a 2-color scarf, 3-color scarf, and cowl
- An insert featuring the Woolfolk Abbreviations Master List
Scarves 10” wide and 80” long.
Cowl 46” circumference and 10.5” tall.
Woolfolk Får (142yds/130m each):
Color A / 4 skeins (shown in color 04-dark grey)
Color B / 2 skein ( shown in color 03-medium grey)
Color A / 2 skeins (shown in color 15-black)
Color B / 2 skeins (shown in color 14-green)
Color C / 2 skeins (shown in color 13-seafoam)
Color A / 3 skeins (shown in color 05-charcoal)
Color B / 2 skeins (shown in color 03-medium grey)
NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 10 (6mm) needle, (32" circular needle for cowl).
Darning needle, stitch marker (cowl).
20 sts/34 rows = 4" in Shadow Stitch worked flat, blocked.
20 sts/37 rnds = 4" in Shadow Stitch worked in the round, blocked.