Fika is a swedish word, pronounced FEE-ka. It means a social coffee break with family, friends or co-workers. It is usually accompanied by something sweet to eat, such as sweet buns or cookies.
The Fika Scarf is a wide, shallow triangle that may be worn as a cowl, a scarf or a shawl. It’s a very versatile little accessory. It is asymmetrical in shape and design, with one wing tip longer than the other. Cast on at one wing tip with a few stitches and then simply knit into a shallow triangle, with the lace border knit along with the rest of the work. When it is the size you wish, turn the corner with the lace border and work a sideways bind off to finish. It is easily adjustable to any size or yarn.
Sample shown, blocked: 54” by 15”, and used 380m.
Pattern includes both Charted and written Instruction.
Any fingering weight wool or wool blend would work well with this pattern.