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Boogie Woogie Scarf

FInspired by artist Piet Mondrian’s “Broadway Boogie Woogie”, this seamless scarf is constructed from garter stitch squares of varying size.

Following a chart for layout and position, you’ll work squares from the outside edge in, picking up stitches along previous squares to join without seams.

The sample was knit with a self-striping yarn for a subtle color-change effect, but the design would work equally well with varying solid colors of yarn. To alter the finished length of the scarf, work additional small and large squares as desired.

Approximately 51 inches long, 5 inches wide.

Approximately 300m of aran-weight yarn. Shown in Noro Kureyon, 3 balls.
NOTE: If using a solid yarn, you’ll need several 50m lengths of multiple colors to create a similar effect.
Set of 5 US 9 / 5.0mm double pointed needles
Yarn needle

18 sts / 4 inches on 5.0mm needles in garter stitch.

$3.50 US

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