Named for my favorite place on earth, Taughannock is an ode to my hometown waterfall!
Taughannock is a boomerang shaped scarf, it starts as a simple creek meandering along the length of the fabric.... as it widens and the creek deepens the creek suddenly plunges into an explosion of beads!
As with all of Laura's designs, stitches are given both charted and written out, and she has loads of tutorials to help you with the tricksy bits!
You will need approx. 550 yds of light fingering weight yarn
Yarn I Used:
Jill Draper Makes Stuff, Mohonk Light (100% Targhee Wool; 550 yd [503 m]/ 4 oz [113 g]); 1 skein, Grey is Gorges
1 US Size 5 [3.75 mm] 32-inch or longer circular needle, or size needed to obtain gauge
Removable stitch marker
954 (approx. 40 g) Size 8 Delica glass seed beads
1 Dental floss threader or large-eye beading needle (for stringing beads)
25 inches (63 cm) at widest point x 64 inches (163 cm) long
22 sts x 36 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in Stockinette stitch, unblocked
21 sts x 32 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in Stockinette stitch, blocked