The Olivia Scarf

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The Olivia Scarf Pattern

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Knitting: The Olivia Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • cast on
  • knit
  • decrease by knitting 2 stitches together
  • increase by knitting into the front and the back of a stitch
  • bind off

Pattern Description:

This scarf is a great beginner project that looks more complicated. It only uses about 120 yards of yarn, so those luxury yarns that are soooo soft and yummy are within reach. It makes a special gift without going over budget.

My patterns are written in an easy-to-read large type with few, if any abbreviations. Generally, each different row is fully written out with stitch counts so as a beginner or occasional knitter, the jargon doesn't get in the way. Definitely beginner-friendly!

I include at least 1 full color photo of the finished project.

Kits are available for this project - just add needles! www.daisyandflorrie.etsy.com

Gauge:

not important for this project - yeah!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • approximately 4" wide and 36" long using 120 yards of fiber. Use more yardage to make a longer scarf

Materials:

  • US size 7 and 10 straight needles
  • large eye needle to weave in ends
  • at least 120 yards of a fingering or lightweight yarn that is an angora/wool blend or similar such as mohair/wool or alpaca/wool

Suggested yarn:

120 yards of Fingering weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Happy Hoppers Angora

Colorway:

hand dyed

About Designer

About Designer

DaisyandFlorrie on craftsy.com
www.daisyandflorrie.etsy.com
by DaisyandFlorrie
Chicagoland,Chicago,The Windy City,Illinois,USA, The Midwest
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I've always made things as long as I can remember. Both my Mom and Dad were"makers", so it just was what you did! The handcrafted item was always respected and expected in my family.

Mom taught me how to knit, which was a challenge, as she was left-handed and I'm right-handed!

Knitting is the one art and craft that I always return to through the years.

My other favorites are marbling, ...

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