This versatile pattern is designed for beginners to get to grips withknitting on a bias and simple increases and decreases, as well as for moreexperienced knitters who want a nice, easy project. The small contrast bandsare handy for using leftovers too.
275cm (108in) length x 13cm(5in) width, after gentle blocking
Eden Cottage Yarn Bowland(DK; 100% superwash Bluefaced Leicester; 225m / 245yds per 100g skein)
Shade: Stone; 1 x 100g skein (MC)
Buddleja; 1 x 100g skein (MC)
Blossom; 1 x 100g skein (CC)
Whilst the scarf requires oneskein of each colour, please note that the narrow bands of contrast colour useapproximately 20g, leaving plenty of yarn leftover to make another smallproject, e.g. a hat. The scarf requires a TOTAL of approximately 190g of DK (soapproximately 85g of each of the two main colours).
NEEDLES AND ACCESSORIES
4mm(US 6) circular or straight needle; 40cm length if circular (or size requiredto attain correct gauge)
20 sts and 40 rows to 10cm(4in) over garter stitch on 4mm needles after gentle blocking
Gauge is not crucial for thisproject, however a thicker yarn/larger needles will result in a larger scarf.
View the Ravelry pattern page.