Grey cloud silver lining

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The man in my life is quite conservative when it comes to knitting patterns and stitches. He does love this moss stitch scarf, though!

Moss stitch is a very easy two-row pattern, suitable for beginners. On the first row, knit the first stitch, purl the second, then continue alternating knit and purl until the end. On the second row, purl the knit stitches and knit the purl stitches. The result has a beautiful, tactile texture.

Grey cloud silver lining 2

4 skeins of 100g Quince & Co. Puffin wool in Storm 104 (448 yards in total)

8 mm needles, US size 11

k = knit
p = purl

How to
Cast over 30 stitches.
[1] (k1, p1) continue until the end of the row.
[2] (p1, k1) continue until the end of the row.
Repeat rows 1 and 2 until your scarf is as long as you like it!

 Moss stitch

Moss stitch

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Credits: The knitting chart was created using ChartMagic by Jacquie. You can find it here