I’ve been eyeing some stray skeins of bulky yarn in my stash. What to do with them? Hmmmm…how about a scarf, a crazy sort of scarf in garter stitch where I change yarn every row? That sounds scrappy! So here’s a scrappy end to end scarf called Jackson Prairie Scarf:
Scarf Size: 72” long and 6½” wide
What is Jackson Prairie?
When we moved back to Indiana, we bought 3.5 acres of a cornfield and built a house. An entire chunk of land around there was a treeless area where farmers planted crops. The township was called “Jackson” and the area north of “Sand Hill,” east of the Pigeon River Wildlife Area. A local historian worked at my school as the librarian. His uncle had a farm south of Sand Hill. He said that Native Americans used to keep this area as grazing for wildlife, so deer would be easy to see and track. That’s Jackson Prairie!
(p.s. The hat is an entirely different story. Changing yarn every row means it’s impossible to knit in the round, making not only a seamed hat, but a hat that has many ends to work in. I didn’t write a pattern for that one!)
4 thoughts on “Jackson Prairie Scarf”
Nice scarf, I like the fringe
Oh I love scrappy projects! 🙂 Nice!
Madre mia ! Que actividad y cuantas cosas bonitas. Me hago seguidora tuya.
Clever idea. There must be something in the air this winter, so many knitters are knitting down the stash. It places a great burden on knitters like myself who feel obligated to buy more yarn to keep the yarn shops in business.