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Like you, yarn is a big part of our lives. Yarnworker is a collective of designers that create for the rigid heddle loom. Yarnworker is the brainchild of Liz Gipson. Liz and a few of her friends ...

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Fat and Happy Scarf by Deborah Jarchow

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Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should be comfortable with the direct warping method

Pattern Description:

Sometimes you just want to go bigthis scarf will get you there. At two-and-a-half ends per inch, it weaves up in a jiffy with satisfying results. Along the way, learn how to create the Brook's bouquet pattern.

If you like this pattern, you will want to check out Deborah Jarchow's Rigid Heddle Beyond the Basics class!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 6 1/2" 45 3/4" with 5" fringe


  • Poems Puzzle by Wisdom Yarns (75% superwash wool/25% nylon), 98 yd/lb, in Autumn Haze (303), 2 skeins; Riveting Worsted by Kollage (100% recycled blue-jean fiber), 745 yd/lb, in Forest Denim (7909), 1 skein; Rigid-heddle loom with at least a 10" weaving width, 5-dent rigid heddle, shuttle, tapestry needle

You Will Also Need:

  • Fray blocker