Sycamore scarf is loosely inspired by the rotor blade seeds that spin their way to the forest floor, and by the distinctive shape of sycamore leaves. Knitted in an autumnal shade you have a spirally, drapey scarf that twists round and round, and keeps you warm and snug through the colder months.
It is easy to knit, and uses short rows to give the shape, and dropped stitches for the pattern.
It uses just one skein of Fyberspates Scrumptious 4Ply, but can be knitted longer by increasing the number of repeats if you have another skein in your stash. :D