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Feather and Fan Tube Scarf

24 January 2012

Making this scarf as a tube makes it reversible and extra warm. This is a fun twist on the old feather and fan pattern.

Size:
5″ wide, 60″ long

Gauge:
17 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches in stockinette

Materials:
6.6 oz (432 yards) of soft worsted weight yarn
Size 8 (5 mm) 47″ circular needle (for magic loop) or set of size 8 (5 mm) double pointed needles
Yarn needle

Abbreviations:
k = knit
p = purl
k2tog = knit two together
yo = yarn over

Pattern:

Cast on 54. Join to knit in the round. Divide stitches with 18 stitches each on three double pointed needles or 27 stitches each side for a magic loop. Repeat the round directions across the round.

Rnds 1 and 2: k
Rnd 3: k2tog three times, (yo, k1) six times, k2tog three times
Rnd 4: p
Repeat rounds 1 – 4  until the scarf measures 60″ or desired length.  Cast off with a rnd 4. Weave in ends.

Color Changes:
The scarf can be made in a solid color. If desired, color changes can be made between repeats. Example has color changes every six repeats.

Restrictions on the use of this pattern are available at http://stitcheryprojects.com/using-my-patterns/.

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5 Comments to “Feather and Fan Tube Scarf”

  1. Beautiful .. thanks for the pattern.

  2. You share your beautiful patterns with us and “I thank you”.
    Now, I would like to share something from my experience of making many shawls/lapghans for nursing homes.
    I always add a pocket or two (sewn on separately) for tissues, etc. Because lapghans tend to slip, I add a removable cord on each side that can be tied to arms of chair, if needed. And, don’t forget the men! Make some in manly colors. If you make a shawl big enough, it can be an afghan. Women get cold shoulders, men get cold legs and feet. These ideas came from the recipients. Hope they help. Thanks again for a great site!!

    • What wonderful ideas. Thank you for sharing. I’m one of the elderly that you speak of. I’m still at home but can no longer walk. I still enjoy doing volunteer knitting. I have had a terrible time finding a lap cover. Maybe I’ll make myself one with pockets. Best Wishes Dorothy

  3. I enjoy your page very much and make my family your
    scarves. They love them Thank y0u

  4. Feather and Fan is the pattern my mom used to make a sweet carriage blanket when my son was on the way, 43 years ago. Now I have a name for it, and the pattern too. Thanks so much for your excellent site.

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