Graffiti Kerchief by Kaelyn Geurin

Graffiti Kerchief

February 2021
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
4.25 mm (G)
3.75 mm (F)
984 yards (900 m)
50" x 24" after blocking
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This pattern was originally published as Starlight Knitting Society’s contribution to the 2021 Rose City Yarn Crawl, March 4-14, 2021 in Portland, Oregon. This pattern is available for download individually or as part of the 2021 Pattern Collection: Gratitude.

The Graffiti Kerchief is a remarkably easy scarf that uses simple, single crochet with artfully placed surface slip stitches to create a visually stimulating piece. The classic triangular shaping is accomplished via a magic circle and well-placed increased stitches. However, after just a few pattern repeats, beginners can put away the pattern and crochet mindlessly as the garment grows. Much like a beautiful urban cityscape, the beautiful colors of the Farmer’s Daughters Yarn shines in every stitch. Adding the surface stitches adds the final painter’s touch.

The The Farmer’s Daughter Fibers Mayhem (80% Merino/20% Nylon; 328 yards/100g); shown in (2) skeins of colorway Hawk Boy (MC) and (1) skein of colorway Shipwrecked (CC)

US size G/4.25mm
US size F/3.75mm (optional)

20 sts x 24 rows = 4” (square)

Tapestry needle
Stitch markers (optional)

Skill Level
Adventurous Beginner

Finished Measurements
50” x 24” after blocking