FD-38 Isola Scarf
In architecture, a cloister is a square or rectangular courtyard, completely enclosed by covered walkways often having rooms or buildings along the outside edges, and is part of a church or monastery. The edges of the covered walkways, on the garden side, often have lovely archways. This pattern is named for Isola di San Michele, the 15th century cloister in the church on Venice’s cemetery island. Isola is knit in two pieces, each from the cast on edge to the center of the scarf. After both sides are knit they are grafted together. Pattern written in 1 size. Stitch instructions are both written and charted.
- Line 13 of the written instructions should read (the chart is fine): (k2, YO, ssk) 2 times, YO, s1-k2tog-psso, YO, k2tog, YO, (k3, YO, ssk, s1-k2tog-psso, YO, k2tog, YO) 2 times, k2, k2tog, YO, k2.
- Pattern instructions should read: Work pattern stitch rows 1 to 18 ten times…
Yarn: Sport weight, 315 yards.
Gauge: 17 sts and 21 rows to 4 inches (10 cm) in pattern stitch, blocked.
Needles: US 6 (4.0 mm), or size required for gauge.
Finished size: 7.5 x 61 inches (19 x 155 cm).
Notions: Stitch markers are optional.
Skills: K2tog, ssk, YO s1-k2tog-psso, grafting.
Stitch instructions: Charted and written.