Yarn: 1 (2) skeins Tanis Fiber Arts PureWash Fingering, 100% organic merino, treated, 115g = 450yds. samples shown in ‘Fig’ and ‘Driftwood’. Samples used nearly every last inch of their allotted skein(s).
Size: Scarf: 82” long, 8” wide at it’s widest point.
Wrap: 82” long, 18” wide at it’s widest point.
Needles: 4mm (US 6) 24" circular needle.
Gauge: 28 sts and 25 rows = 4" in mistake rib stitch pattern, after blocking.
Additional Tools and Materials: 1 stitch marker, tapestry needle, blocking wires (not mandatory but recommended).
Pattern also available on Ravelry.
For a while there it seemed like knitting rectangular scarves and wraps was no longer fashionable. We were all about the triangles, crescents and cowls! I’m thrilled to see more rectangles popping up in my pattern feed these days. Though I try not to play favourites when it comes to shapes, I do love the versatility and wearability of a good old fashion rectangle. Fluidity is a classic rectangular scarf design, but with a twist! The wavy edge lends interest and softness to an otherwise very rigid shape. I love watching the pattern ebb and flow from one end to the other. It’s a meditative and relaxing experience - perfect for your summer knitting project!