There is something fundamental about zig-zag designs. We see them all around us - in the folded layers of a mountain pass as we drive through the Canadian Rockies, or in the twill structure of a woven blanket. Zig-zags are dynamic patterns, symbols of change and energy.
The Lamberhurst scarf embodies this dynamism and captures the energy of this timeless design. There are two versions of the scarf, a shorter draping design and a longer version for wrapping around the neck. Both are worked in a crisp merino and cashmere yarn from New Zealand and are completely reversible.
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The pattern includes stitch charts and full line-by-line instructions and is available for immediate download as a zip file. Open this file and you will see 2 pdf's formatted for:
. US/Letter-sized paper
. & UK/A4 stationery.
Please select the version you prefer to save to your hard-drive. The pdf files can be printed out or viewed on a computer, iPad or iPhone directly.
(c) Moira Ravenscroft, 2014
This item is copyrighted but please let me know if you wish to produce items for sale from this or any of my other patterns. I offer a free "Cottage License" as a way of linking our creative businesses to provide the best products for your customers. Please contact me for further details.
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I have posted a new version of the pattern to correct the line-by-line instructions for Chevron Patt #B. The charts were correct but the line-by-line instructions were not lined up correctly to the row numbers in the Stitch Pattern information and for Rows 25-28 in the pattern instructions.
The most recent version of the pattern is: v2.0-30Dec2013, so please ensure that you have downloaded this version.
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23 sts/35 rows : 10cm/4 ins in Chevron Patt using 4.0mm/US #6 ndls
500 meters of DK weight
My knitting is inspired by the world around me wherever I am. Please take some time to browse the knitting patterns showcased here and be inspired to recreate some of these designs for yourself.