I tried to blog this so put it in anyway! Credits to Golden Bird Knits!

Mesh bamboo scarf knitting pattern
A lightweight, incredibly soft scarf perfect for a cool evening. Knit with 100% bamboo in a simple mesh pattern. Appropriate for beginners and more advanced knitters looking for a simple project that doesn’t require too much concentration.

This scarf is approximately 3″ wide and 60″ long.

Abbreviations
K1: knit one stitch
K2TOG: knit two stitches together
YO: yarn over

Supplies
Southwest Trading Company 100% Bamboo (one ball)
Straight needles size US 10

Note: Your scarf-in-progress will look different than mine because it needs to be lightly blocked when finished to flatten it and open up the pattern. I block mine by dampening it with water and laying it flat on a towel on a table.

To knit the scarf:

Cast on 23 stitches

Row 1: Knit

Row 2: Knit

Row 3: K1 *K1, YO, K2TOG*; repeat from *, end the row with K1

Repeat rows 2 and 3 until scarf reaches desired length, ending with row 3.

Knit two more rows and then bind off.

Lightly block the scarf to flatten it and accentuate the pattern.

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