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Your new favourite summer knit!

April 11, 2024
By Janina Kallio

Open Skies – Bias rectangle scarf knitting pattern with garter stitch and simple lace.

Say hello to your new favourite summer knit!

The Open Skies scarf is an ode to nature’s simplicity.

Open Skies is a lightweight rectangular scarf with bias construction and tapered ends.

You work it in garter stitch and simple lace, playing with vertical and diagonal eyelet bands.

This easy-to-wear scarf feels light against the skin and pairs well with any outfit, providing warmth without the bulk.

A sleek little thing that doesn’t weigh you down but adds a touch of je ne sais quoi.

And the best part? You only need about 300 m / 330 yds of fingering weight yarn.

I knitted the scarf in the photo with Zitron Seidenstrasse (65% merino, 35% silk; 400 m / 437 yds per 100 g).

I bought this skein almost a decade ago on a hot July day from a lovely little yarn shop in Regensburg, Germany. It’s been patiently waiting for the perfect project, and this was it!

Ready to cast on?

Download the Open Skies scarf knitting pattern here!

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