Boucle Scarf Pattern #2207

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Boucle Scarf Pattern #2207

Materials: Clark's O.N.T. Boucle, 4 balls of main color (a dark color), 1 ball each of 3 contrasting bright colors and 1 ball of White. Milward's Casein knitting pins, 1 pair No. 3 (3 mm. size).

The entire scarf is worked in garter st (k each row). The 3 contrasting colors will be referred to as color "A", "B", and "C".

Starting at one end, with main color cast on 54 sts and work until 18 ridges are made on one side (36 rows). Break off. * Attach White and k 2 rows (1 white ridge is made on right side). Break off. Attach color "A" (when changing from one color to another, always have right side of work toward you) and k 6 rows (3 ridges). Break off. Attach main color and k 8 rows (4 ridges). Break off. Repeat from * 3 more times, the 1st time using color "B" (instead of color "A"), the 2nd time using color "C" (instead of color "A") and the 3rd time using color "A". Break off. Attach main color and work until 100 ridges are made after the last stripe. Then make other border to correspond with opposite end of scarf. Bind off. Fasten all threads securely, and cut loose ends off.

With main color, knot 1 fringe in every other st across both short ends, using 4 strands each 4½ inches long. Block to desired width and length.