Meander Scarf

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A 1-skein boomerang shaped scarf that ebbs and flows in ever changing, nearly reversible stitch directions, much like its namesake river in the Aegean region of Turkey, using a repetition of whirling eyelets to demarcate the textures of each different motif. Worked flat from the narrow end with consistent garter edges. 
 
Weight: Fingering
Yarn: Harvest, 1 skein
  
Designer: Catherine Salter Bayar
Language: English, German, Polish
Craft: Knitting
Category: Neck

Dimensions: 60”/ 152.5 cm wingspan, 14”/ 35.5 cm at widest point, 32”/ 81 cm at bind off edge

Needle: US 7 / 4.5 mm

Gauge: 22 stitches and 34 rows = 4" / 10 cm square in Stockinette Stitch


Wrong word used in the Arazi section: “Continue in the established sequence for the edges and field Arazi Stitch pattern for a total of 9 PATTERN repeats, 117 sts, ending with a WS Row 222.”