This feminine and flattering scarf would be a perfect accessory to any outfit. Designed to be made in silky bamboo yarn or cotton, the Shoal Bay Scarflette compliments plain coloured, variegated and self-striping yarn. Every small motif suggests the shape a flower and the ebb of gentle waves.The pattern is named after Shoal Bay in New South Wales, Australia, a lush and coastal area bordering Tomaree National Park.
This is not so important, just be sure to make firm and even stitches; if your stitches are too loose the scarf will drape too much when worn and loose its shape.
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