Franconia Notch Scarf by Andrea Jurgrau

Franconia Notch Scarf

June 2016
Lace ?
24 stitches = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 2 - 2.75 mm
0.6 mm
500 yards (457 m)
52" (132 cm) wide along the hypotenuse and 21½" (54.5 cm) long at center back.
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Franconia traverse is a nine-mile section of the Appalachian trail that runs through the White Mountains, in New Hampshire. If you look carefully you can see alpine wildflowers along the way.

A scalene triangle is one in which all three sides and all three angles are different. A 30-60-90 triangle is a very special example. the longest side (the hypotenuse) is opposite the one 90-degree (right) angle and is twice the length of the shortest side. that shortest side is the one on our knitting needle as we work this piece from the first angle, increasing along only one edge, every other row as we knit. this piece is worn with the hypotenuse as the top edge and is asymmetrical.

You can continue increasing, repeating the row repeat, for as long as you like, limited only by your yarn and bead supply.

Photos coming soon!