If you love chevrons, stripes, fringe and bundling up in yummy yarn, while having no ends to weave in (in other words: zero, none, zilch ends! Really!), this is the pattern for you!

This long or super-long scarf is knit horizontally with instant fringe and features a reversible stripey horizontal ribbing pattern that requires no purling whatsoever. A pop of color (A) highlights the chevron pattern, while the two mains colors (B & C) get blended together by the sequence of RS and WS rows.

This is also a great pattern for using up all of your waste yarn. You can even mix in some lace, sport and DK weight.



Finished Measurements:
long version: 202 cm / 79.5” length (excl. fringe), 40 cm / 15.75” width
extra-long version: 244 cm / 96” length (excl. fringe), 40 cm / 15.75” width

Yarn: 3 colors fingering weight yarn


  • Color A: 176 (242) m / 193 (265) yards
  • Color B: 304 (418) m / 333 (458) yards
  • Color C: 280 (385) m / 307 (422) yards
  • Total: 760 (1045) m / 833 (1145) yards

If you want to make a waste yarn version, you’ll need about 8 (11) m / 9 (13) yards per row.

Gauge: 23 sts / 32 rows = 10cm / 4” in chevron & horizontal ribbing (relaxed after blocking) – although gauge is not critical, it will influence the size of your finished shawl!

Needles: US 6 / 4.0 mm (or size needed to obtain gauge)

Notions: none (except scissors and tape measure)

Show in: extra-long, Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light Neon Peach (A), Gossamer (B) and Antler (C)

Languages: English & German


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