Meet the Sycamore Scarf

Elegant yet cozy, the Sycamore Scarf is an extra-wide scarf that can be worn multiple ways and pairs well with any attire for all occasions. Plus, it’s reversible! The scarf is worked flat in a 20-row repeat of alternating knits and purls to create a flowy, curvy stitch motif, inspired by the intricate, irregular texture of the bark of a tree. And just like a tree’s bark, the Sycamore Scarf will provide protection and warmth during those brisk autumn days and nights.

meet the designer

Kristin Strecker-Kellogg of Gourdgeous Knits

Kristin is the knitwear designer and creator of Gourdgeous Knits. She designs knit & crochet patterns for adventurous beginner makers, sharing stitch techniques and skills in her own video tutorials and blog posts. Aside from knitting, Kristin lives in NY with her husband, son and tortie cat. She loves all things Fall and enjoys PSLs all-year-round.

Gourdgeous Knits

Yarn + Materials

Malabrigo Arroyo in Glitter: 4 skeins, or approx 1235 yds/1129 m of DK/sport weight yarn

Finished Measurements

a - length: 51.5"/129 cm

b - width: 17.5"/44 cm

Resources & Errata

There are currently no tutorials, resources, or errata for the pattern.

All photography of inTANDEM zine designs is from A Day in the Light Photography