This scarf looks equally good on both sides due to the color stranding reversal technique that flips RS / WS rows for an interesting fabric. Worked from both ends to the middle, then 3-needle bind off or grafting joins the 2 halves.
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12’’ / 30.5 cm wide and 72” / 183 cm long
Big Bad Wool Weepaca (50% fine washable merino, 50% baby alpaca; 95 yds / 86 m per 50 g skein): 8 skeins night owl (A) and 1 skein raw white (B)
Big Bad Wool Baby Yeti (85% baby alpaca, 15% fine merino; 109 yds / 100 m per 100 g skein): 1 skein red bird (C)
US 5 / 3.5 mm straight knitting needles
US 7 / 4.5 mm straight knitting needles
Spare needle that’s same size or smaller than larger working needle (used for holder and 3-needle BO)
Adjust needle size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
Arrowhead Pat: 26 sts and 32 rows = 4” / 10 cm, blocked using smaller needles