Paris Loop Scarf

I had two balls of yarn in stash I desperately wanted to make a scarf with. After much searching I found an easy lacy reversible pattern in one of my pattern books and set to work. I called this scarf Paris loop because I made it as long as possible fold it in half and put the ends through the loop. Viola lacy but warm. Enjoy.

By: Sharon Bergersen

Yarn Your choice
Needles 2 or 3 sizes larger than stated on the ball band.

Row 1: k1, *yo, k1; rep from * across to last stitch end k1.
Row 2: k1 purl across to last stitch end k1.
Row 3: k1 *k2 tog rep from * to last stitch end k1.
Row 4 and 5: k1 *yo, k2 tog; rep. from * across to last stitch k1.
Row 6 & 7 knit

Cast on loosely even number of stitches (I used 20) and work pattern above till you run out of yarn or scarf is desired length. Leave enough yarn to fringe both ends of scarf if you like.

NOTE: I used 2 balls of an unknown yarn from stash to make this scarf. The yardage if I remember correctly is 200g same as plymouth encore. I knitted one ball and then fringe the first end leaving enough yarn to fringe the other end of the scarf. Fringes are placed between the k2 togs.