Antler Peak Scarf PDF
Antler Peak by Kay Hopkins is a versatile, textured scarf that’s sure to become a wardrobe staple for spring and summer outfits (and for fall and winter too). Wear this long, narrow scarf wrapped around your neck in any number of ways or simply drape it over your shoulders as a shawlette.
The Antler stitch pattern looks impressive but it’s quite easy, fast, and fun to do. There’s even a video tutorial for it. The stitch pattern is both charted and written…yes, every single row of the chart is written out and included at the end of the pattern!
The construction is interesting as it starts with three stitches and is worked top-down with a couple of easy short row sections that give it its versatile shape.
This shawl looks best in yarns with little color variation although it would look great with a darker or contrasting color for the section with the Antler Stitch pattern.
The pattern is written for fingering or sport weight yarn but will look great in DK weight too. Size and yarn usage will vary with differences in yarn and gauge.
This pattern has been professionally tech-edited and tested.
Top Edge: 80 inches / 203 cm.
Deepest Point at Center: 15 inches / 38 cm.
RECOMMENDED YARN and LINKS TO KITS
The Fibre Co Road to China Light Sample shown in color Peridot
Estimated Yarn Required Assuming Heavy Fingering or Sport Yarn
Total: 670 yds / 613 m
If do border in contrast color:
MC for sections A and B: 325 yds / 297 m.
CC for Section C – 345 yds / 316 m.
Yardage will vary depending on gauge and specific yarn used.
Accessible to an Advanced Beginner knitter with some experience in skills used.
Skills Used: Basic stitches, decreases, increases, RT/LT stitches (video tutorial provided), German Short Rows (tutorial provided).
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