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Rimu-Lou Scarf

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Level of Difficulty: Easy Yarn Weight: 3-Light Weight Level of Concentration: A good "road trip" knit. Rimu-Lou is named after two items: the yarn, Zealana RIMU, 60% NZ Merino, 40% Possum, and our friend Cheezy Luigi who in December asks for a scarf. What to knit for a stylish guy who's neck is cold? But a reversible cable ribbed scarf in a Merino Possum blend. The Rimu-Lou Scarf is a unisex ribbed scarf. A pattern with a cable, of one simple pattern instruction, repeated every eleventh row.Making the workmanship appear much more complex than it is. An interesting enough effort for any knitter and dull enough for any man to appreciate. There is enough concentration required to watch scenery while focussing on the cable when called upon. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Casting On Knitting Purling Using a Cable Needle Cabling Binding Off GAUGE 22 stitches gives 4"/10cm SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One Size. 5.75"/ 14.5cm wide and 61"/155cm long Cable pattern is a 16 stitch repeat.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3 balls of Zealana Rimu, 60% NZ Merino, 40% Possum, Double Knit Weight 50g, 128m/140y, colour shown SHADE R13
  • 1 pair of US6/4mm size needles
  • Cable Needles

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Twiss & Weber
Twiss & Weber’s collaboration began when they met at Wabi Sabi, an Ottawa knit shop, in 2009 and discovered not only did they share a common background in fashion but they shared a goal, a desire to make stylish, well-crafted patterns that are straightforward to understand and easy to knit. New knitters will adore the fashionable projects and will be encouraged to learn more about their craft. While seasoned knitters will love the original attitude, the time-saving methods and concise language. Twiss & Weber think knitters shouldn’t need to understand complicated jargon in order to create gorgeous things, this has been their goal all-along.