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Vera - hooded scarf

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(6) Name: 'Knitting : Vera - hooded scarf
Vera - hooded scarf
Vera - hooded scarf
Vera - hooded scarf
Vera - hooded scarf

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic knitting
  • Picking up stitches
  • Decreasing

Pattern Description:

Inspired by an amazing swap shop find, this hooded scarf has become my absolute wardrobe staple. Perfect in a whole range of seasons, from when the evenings start to cool off and you need a
little extra warmth around the shoulders, to when the snow is falling and an extra layer is needed between your jacket and a woolly hat!

The knitted fabric is wonderfully flat and sits comfortably around the neck, making it easy to wear with other garments or under jackets.

Combining a lightweight yet chunky yarn and double moss stitch creates a beautifully textured stitch and a pattern that grows with speed, so you can quickly whip up up a hooded scarf for your own
and never be chilly again.

Gauge:

10 sts / 13 rows = 10cm / 4 ins in stockinette stitch using US #15/10mm needles.

10 sts / 12 rows = 10cm / 4 ins in double moss st using US #13/9mm needles.

8 sts / 10 rows = 10cm / 4 ins in double moss st using US #15/10mm needles.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • One size fits most.
  • Scarf: Width 12cm, Length 150cm

Materials:

  • 1 set US #13/9mm straight needles.
  • 1 set US #15/10mm straight needles.

You Will Also Need:

  • Thread markers (or markers that can encircle a stitch and are easily moved every few rows).
  • 3 safety pins or place markers.
  • 3 stitch holders.
  • Tapestry needle for finishing.
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$5.20

Beginner
Knitting
Accessory
Women, Men, Girls, Boys
Neckwear
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About the designer

Since I can remember I have been experimenting with art and crafts, trying my hand at many many different things but when my Mam taught me knitting is when I really discovered my passion.

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