A garter stitch scarf turned to a playful fox will brighten any outfit. With quirky details such as cleverly constructed ears and little paws, it will be the perfect accent to your winter days. A quick and fun knit that makes a perfect last-minute gift, it is also a great project for using up extra fiber or yarn from another project.
This boomerang-shaped scarf is worked horizontally beginning at the bottom point (nose). Starting with a triangle shaped with short rows, each end is then worked as a wedge knit on the bias.
Approximately 9½ “ /24 cm wide at center and 30¾ “ / 78 cm long from center to end along outside (longer) edge
Approximately 220 yds/ 200 m of worsted weight yarn plus a small amount of CC1 and CC2 for nose and paw ends
or 2 skeins of Phildar Givre (50% Wool, 20% Alpaca, 20% Nylon, 10% Acrylic; 102 yd / 93 m per 50 g skein)
MC Camel, CC1 Cream, CC2 Black
Long-Tail cast on, knit, purl, basic increasing and decreasing, short rows, I-cord