This asymmetrical garter stitch scarf with lace edging is chunky, modern and fun to knit. It's worked in one piece and its lace edging emerges as you knit it. There is no need to knit a separate edging.
The scarf in the photos was made from one entire skein of Madelinetosh Tosh Chunky yarn in the colorway Optic. You can certainly experiment with thinner weight yarns but you might not get such a well-defined lace edge.
LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY: Advanced Beginner
STITCHES AND TECHNIQUES YOU NEED TO KNOW: To make this scarf you need to know how to knit (k) stitches, do yarn overs (yo) and work backward loop cast on stitches (CO).
FINISHED MEASUREMENTS: The finished scarf measures approximately 35" across the top edge, 12" in height and 39" across the bottom edge. You can of course make it larger but you will need to purchase more yarn if using Tosh Chunky.