Split Symmetry Scarf

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Triangular bands of cables are pattern blocked within the interrupted rib stitch fabric of this scarf. When the tips lie parallel, a geometric symmetry reveals a larger triangle shape. Twisted stitches are knit throughout, adding to this piece’s structural appeal. 

I designed this to act as the perfect transitional Fall accessory. Wear it open and revel in the delight of the joining patterns, or wrap it once around your neck when chillier days call.


The pattern uses fingering weight yarn.

The sample was knitted with: Madelinetosh Merino Light in 'Paper'. 


  • 676 yards/618 meters. 
  • Length: 75.5” (192cm), Width: 7.5” (19cm) after blocking. 
  • 27 sts & 38 rows = 4" in 'Stockinette Stitch' after blocking, on US 4 (3.5mm) needles.
Always use a needle size that achieves the correct gauge.

     PDF pattern download. Written instructions and charts. Pattern has been tech edited.