Cranra (Ravelry link) by Plays With Fibre (the Irish for a knot in wood/timber) is a rectangular scarf with fringes, and a slipped-stitch motif inspired by wood grain and knots in cut timber.
Cranra is begun by casting on in Townhouse Yarns Olla No 2 lengthways, and knitting across the width of the scarf. The pattern is worked in single-row garter stitch stripes, with a slipped stitch motif. The yarn is broken after each row. After binding off, the first and last section of stitches are unravelled, and then knotted to form a fringe.
Townhouse Yarns Olla No. 2 1 skein each of Mustard Seeds and Smelt
Copy of the Cranra pattern by Plays With Fibre.
Also required but not included:
4mm circular needle, or size needed to achieve gauge, in your preferred style for knitting wide items.
Photos (c) Plays With Fibre