Since this pattern was published in the Fall 2011 issue, I have made this scarf as a gift for several special people in my life. The design was inspired by traditional seamen’s scarves, and this scarf incorporates a seawall of moss stitch bordered by reversible cable waves knitted in an airy woolen-spun Shetland wool.
It's a quick, take-along project with an easy to memorize pattern. Plus, each section requires about one-third of your yarn. So if you don't want to count rows, just weigh your skein!