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Short rows create a sense of movement in the fabric of the Volna scarf, which means “wave” in Russian. Simple eyelets and a serrated border enhance the effect, allowing the eye to follow the progression of knitting, from row to row, wave to colorful wave. The pattern works up quickly: it is garter stitch-based (so, the scarf is reversible and there’s no purling!), easy to memorize, and very addictive!

The pattern is well-suited for yarns with long stretches of color, such as many yarns by Noro, Crystal Palace, Plymouth, Regia, Opal, and Schoppel Wolle. Using a solid or semi-solid yarn would create a beautiful version as well. There are instructions for three widths – narrow, medium and wide – and each can be knit using a variety of yarn weights, from laceweight to bulky. You can envision and create an endless number of possibilities, from a wispy spring scarf to a cozy winter shawl!

Shown in Noro Kirameki (lace), Noro Taiyo (aran) and Noro Sekku (lace). Suggested yarns are shown below.

Language
English
Brand
Independent Designer
Designer
grumperina
Craft
Knitting
Yarn Weight
Lace | 2 Ply, Fingering, Aran
Format
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level
Advanced
Featured Yarn
Pages
4
Notes
Aran weight version uses 6.00mm (US 10) needles, laceweight versions use 4.00mm (US 6) needles
 
 

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