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Gukulam is a beautiful district of Mysore in South India, where I go regularly for my yoga studies. Being in that special place, observing, taking things as they came, I spontaneously developed this design during my latest stay this winter.
Playing with textures and colours intuitively, the design evolved under my hands as I was knitting so it became a beautiful souvenir of a good time in that magical place.

Skill level

German | English | Danish

The finished scarf measures about 30 cm 255 cm 11.8 x 100.4“ after washing and blocking.

3 skeins of fingering weight yarn (100g/380-400m) in matching colours that create enough contrast (light/medium/dark). The sample shown is worked in:
C1: 100g Madelinetosh Merino Light (Thunderstorm)
C2: 100g Madelinetosh Merino Light (Crew Neck)
C3: 100g Qing Fibre Merino Single (Shiitake)
(A blue gradient set from Kokonyarn would be lovely, too)

3,75 mm / US 5 circular needle in 80 cm / 31“ length

22 sts x 44 rows = 10 cm / 4“ in garter stitch. For a scarf or shawl, the gauge is not really important so don’t worry if you don’t meet the exact numbers.

This 3-skein fingering weight scarf project is knitted on the bias which makes for pointed ends and a beautiful drape.

The scarf is mainly worked in garter stitch with textured sections using slipped stitches and German short rows. Both ends are pointed due to knitting diagonally and there are 2-st-icord edges framing the work. There is no stranded colourwork included, every row is worked in one colour at a time.

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