Garbanzo is a wide scarf/wrap that features an interesting textured stitch pattern that is fun to knit while still being easy to create. Using heavy worsted/aran-weight yarn on a larger-than-usual needle creates a more airy stitch pattern that opens up beautifully after blocking.

Pattern also includes step-by-step instructions for working the Elizabeth Zimmerman sewn bind-off (although this is optional if you prefer a regular bind-off).

Stone Wool Cormo Worsted is the perfect yarn for this project, with its lofty, springy feel, beautiful stitch definition and the ideal amount of ‘bloom’ after blocking.


Finished Size: Approx 8”/20 cm x 82”/208 cm (after blocking)

Gauge: Approx 4 sts = 1”/2.5 cm in stitch pattern after blocking (row gauge not critical)

Yarn:Heavy worsted/aran-weight yarn, shown in Cormo Worsted by Stone Wool (100% Cormo; 100g = 200 yds), approx 400 yds, 2 skeins; Tobacco 02

Needles and other supplies:
• 10.5/6.5 mm 24”/60 cm circular needle or straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
• 2 stitch markers
• Tapestry needle