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Sailing Seaman's Scarf

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Sailing Seaman's Scarf
Sailing Seaman's Scarf
Sailing Seaman's Scarf
Sailing Seaman's Scarf
Sailing Seaman's Scarf
Sailing Seaman's Scarf

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Kitchener stitch
  • yarn overs, increase and decreases
  • follow charts or written directions

Pattern Description:

This Seaman's scarf features sailboats floating on the crest of the waves of the misty sea! Knit this for your seafaring spirit!

The first part of the scarf knits up quickly from the bottom up with its fun and easy rippling waves pattern stitch to start! Next, the eyelet framed sailboat motif is worked following either a chart or written out row by row instructions. You again work the rippling wave pattern stitch and then you finish with the easy ribbing for the neck. The ribbing is worked only in the first part of the scarf. When you work on the second part of the scarf you will find it works up even faster, you join the sides together and you're done!


Yarn: About 470 yards of fingering weight. Sample was knitted using 1 ball of James C. Brett Supreme Soft & Gentle baby 4 ply; 70% acrylic and 30% polyamide; 100grams/482 yards/440meters; in color gray (shade--SY10).

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 60" long x 8" wide.

Materials:

  • About 470 yards of fingering weight yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Needles and Notions: Size U.S. 5 straight needles and 1 spare to hold work. Yarn needle to work graft/Kitchener stitch to join sections and weave in ends.

Suggested yarn:

470 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

James C. Brett Supreme Soft & Gentle baby 4 ply

Colorway:

gray


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I started as a 12 year old learning to crochet and knit from a little old lady named Aunt Mary. I am a breast cancer survivor/warrior! I love yarn, patterns and keeping my fingers busy with knitting ...

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