***9/29/12 after seeing some feedback from knitters I have updated the pattern to include a couple of changes to make the instructions clearer. If you have any further questions please feel free to ask! Thank you!*** When the weather is changing you may need something to keep your neck free from breezes, but you may not want a big bulky scarf making you overheated. This lightweight springtime scarf is knit from gorgeous fingering weight wool. It would be lovely in a solid color, but the minimalist chevron pattern creates a very pretty zigzag when used with self striping or ombre dyed wools. You Will Need: US#4 (3.5mm) Needles Approx. 350 yards of a fingering weight wool. Darning needle for finishing BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knit Purl Yarn Over Knit Two Together Pass Slipped Stitch Over Slip a Stitch GAUGE Suggested Yarn: Koigu KPPM Gauge: Using US#4 needles: 4 stitches and 7 rows per inch in chevron stitch. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finish Piece can be blocked to measure 7 inches wide by 45 inches long.