Ideas for Double-Sided Knitted Scarves is a wonderful resource for making knitted fabrics that look beautiful on both sides. A variety of knitting techniques are used in the projects, including stranded Fair Isle worked in the round, reversible cables, double knitting, double-knit garter stitch with beads, two-color entrelac, two-color brioche, and more. As a bonus, many of the scarf designs include unusual edge treatments, such as I-cord trim, waves, ruffles, and tubular cast on for a no-edge edge. Please note: All instructions are written in Japanese. However, each design includes a chart, so an intermediate level knitter with no knowledge of the Japanese language can make the projects. The back matter in the book includes clear technical illustrations for every chart symbol and rudimentary instructions for the skills required.