I’m such a sucker for cool color palettes of blue and green. I lived in Hawaii for awhile when I was growing up and the ocean water was nothing short of extraordinary. So crisp and blue.
The Swift Current Scarf has been designed by and is available exclusively at the Universal Yarns website. You can see the different available colorways on the same page as the download, but I really like to see them in the skein instead of swatches so I had to browse around for a minute.
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I was able to find a nice selection of colors at Jimmy Beans Wool.
The stitch pattern for this scarf is fairly easy. Note that you’ll be working your scarf from the center back so the fronts will look the same. You simply start your scarf and work the first ball of yarn, then you attach the second ball to the opposite side and stitch in the opposite direction.
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