A keyhole scarf combining double-knitting and marled knitting
RUSTLE OF LEAVES
There are multiple ways to add texture to your double-knitting; this one uses a technique that isn’t double-knitting at all but can easily combine with double-knitting. I call it marled knitting, although it went by a different name in my previous book where it was used in the Footsies pattern.
Rustle Of Leaves is a ruffly scarf with a motif of falling leaves done in double-knitting down the center panel. The outer edges are done with lock-stitch short-rows, and there’s a “keyhole” to secure the scarf around your neck.
Read more about this pattern on its blog post.
This pattern is available as a standalone pattern, but is also in my book Double or Nothing: Reversible Knitting for the Adventurous.