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
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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 ...
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.