Scarves are one of the most versatile, adaptable additions to your wardrobe. They’re trend-transcendent and they keep you warm in the wintry months! A triangle scarf, in particular, is always an engaging knit. Their timeless shape provides room for endless varieties of fascinating stitch patterns and colorwork.
Of all the shapes scarves can take, the classic triangle reminds us of our favorite 19th century literary ladies—the Gothic Brontë sisters, Jane Austen heroines, and the wise (and gossipy) women of Elizabeth Gaskell’s Cranford. We’ve had a blast exploring updated ways to wear a few of our favorite triangle scarves!
When styling the Seashore Kerchief (knit here in Hemp for Knitting allhemp6), be sure to show off that pretty, shell-like lace edging. Our designers came up with two sizes—a neat bandana and a sweet ‘scarflet.’