"On the wing" neckerchief

I’ve knitted this (as it has turned out to be) neckerchief in order to test a stranded pattern that I’ve designed. The pattern consists of a triangle with a butterfly design in the middle and a spotted background. The combination of 4 triangles gives a square with somewhat wavy sides which, once washed, folded, stretched and ironed, turns into a “winged” neckerchief.
While any yarn and needle size can be used for this project, I recommend the yarn that can be knitted on 3-4 mm needles.

The work begins in the centre of the “square” and continues in a spiral, round after round. The gray borders between the triangles help to mask the transition between the rounds.
You will need:
Yarn – ca. 2 balls (one of each colour) of 50g.
Needles: circular, 120cm, preferred size – 3mm.

CO 8 sts; colour A.
R1: *k1, yo*, rep. around; colour A.
R2: *k1 (colour A), k1 tbl (colour A), yo (colour A), k1 (colour B), yo (colour A), k1 tbl (colour A)*, rep. around.
R3: *k2 (colour A), yo (colour A), k1 tbl (colour B), k1 (colour B), k1 tbl (colour B), yo (colour A), k1 (colour A)*, rep. around.
Continue following the chart, knit tbl all the yo’s.

Finish with a round of simple lace (*ktog, yo*, rep. around) and a couple of knit rounds, add fringe or tassels or leave as is. Wash, shape into form and iron.

Wear with pride!

(Click to enlarge the chart)
Creative Commons License
On the wing (knitted neckerchief) by Iryna Klionava is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
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One thought on “"On the wing" neckerchief

  1. Anonymous says:

    This looks like a wonderful pattern. I love how you have constructed it! How interesting. Thank you for sharing your amazing creation. I am eager to try it.

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