Triton Lepides Scarf 2018
Triton (/ˈtraɪtən/; Greek: Τρίτων Tritōn) is a mythological Greek god, the messenger of the sea. He is the son of Poseidon and Amphitrite, god and goddess of the sea respectively, and is herald for his father. He is usually represented as a merman with his lower body cover in Lepides or animal scales.
A playful scarf like Lepides. This scarf is meant to be done without having to block it much. It is one in my series of attire for men, but it is unisex with a timeless look. It has a wonderful flow that will allow you to embrace the divine spark within you and wear it with pride.
Yarn: Encore Tweed Worsted
75% Acrylic, 22% Wool, 3% Rayon / Machine Wash, Machine Dry Low
Gauge: 5 sts=1”/US 8 Needle
Yardage: 200 yards Weight(s): Worsted 100 grams (2 skeins for the scarf shown above)
Needles: US9 5.50 mm
Gauge: Not really important, still I got 26 sts and 24 Rows to 4 square inches in Pattern meaning 16 sts + 5 as per the pattern.
Stitch markers (recommended)
Unblocked to 54 inches by 8 inches. There were 3 Repetitions of the main Pattern plus 5 Sts.
multiples of 16 stitches, plus 5.
Use your preferred cast on method, just remember to use a similar method to bind off.