Classic Elite Yarns



Issue 308 – Horizon Triangle Scarf

Making this fun scarf by Susan Mills is like eating a bag of potato chips. You can't stop once you get started! You cast on, knit back and forth with decreases and create a triangle, pick up stitches and start again. The alternating right sides and picked up edges create a nice patterning effect along with Horizon’s subtle shifting stripes and tweedy flecks.

Cast this on instead of reaching for those chips! You will be happy you did and will have a jazzy new scarf to show off.


View Susan’s designs on Ravelry

(file size: 636 KB; published September 10, 2013)

The Yarn

48% Wool, 30% Acrylic, 15% Alpaca, 7% Silk

Horizon is a soft, single-ply, wool blend yarn in a bulky weight for quick, warm knits. Its gently variegated colors create a smooth transition from one to another - with a strand of slubby silk adding interest in the form of a subtle tweedy look.

Designs in Horizon

Lace, cables, texture, even ruffles and intarsia – the new Horizon pattern booklet shows just how versatile the yarn is. At a bulky stockinette gauge of 3½ stitches/1 inch on US 10 (6 mm) needles, any of these projects will knit up quickly.

(clockwise from the top left) Winema an a-line raglan pullover with funnel neck and harlequin intarsia panels on the front and back; Adoette, a scarf worked in a reversible leaf lace pattern; Honovi, a raglan cardigan with wide moss-stitch bands; Alo a double-length cowl worked from the center out to the ruffled edge; Meda, a relaxed-fit pullover worked from the top down; Tayanita, a quick-to knit hat in a ribbed cable pattern.

Look for the Horizon pattern booklet at your LYS or purchase the patterns individually online.

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