Cougar Mountain Hap Scarf Pattern: Fairlight Fibers
This pretty scarf is warm, practical and easy to make. Created in two halves, the lace is knit from the top down each time, so that it's identical on both ends! You'll use your favorite method for provisional cast-ons, make half the scarf, then pick up the live stitches in the middle and knit the other half. The lace is fun and simple, even for a beginner. A bit of aggressive blocking makes the scarf a perfect length and opens up the lace at the same time.
The Cougar Mountain Hap Scarf uses several fun techniques: provisional cast-on, 2-stitch icord edging, and basic lace to create a scarf that is reminiscent of Shetland Islands hap shawls, but wearable for any situation.
The yarns shown in the pattern are from Garthenor, and will be available on our site at the end of March, 2018. The brown scarf uses: MC 100g of Ash, CC 10g each of Sandstone, Moorit (Manx), and Moorit (Shetland). The grey varient uses: MC 100g of Pepple, CC 10g each of Jurassic, Charcoal, and Chalkboard.