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Travellers Joy Scarf


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Named for a species of clematis, this shoulder shawl knits up quickly in a worsted weight yarn. Increases on every row give a highly wearable shape, with extra long points and a slight crescent curve. Reverse stockinette, delicate cabled vines and 3-dimensional leaves give lots of texture to the body of the scarf without adding bulk, while a deep border of flowers and simple lace give an airy feel. Difficulty: intermediate or adventurous beginner, as it involves both lace and cable stitches, as well as multiple increases for inset leaves and sepals. The main body is simple but requires some concentration as it is not a straightforward repeat. Materials: Approx 450m of worsted-weight wool yarn 5mm (UK 6, US 8) circular or long straight needles Darning needle for weaving in ends (optional) cable needle Gauge: A gauge of 15 sts/20 rows per 10cm gives a blocked shawl of approx 150cm tip-to-tip. The scarf can be resized by adjusting gauge. SUGGESTED YARN 450 meters of Worsted weight

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I'm Abigail, a craft addict and teacher living in Aichi, Japan. I originally come from Yorkshire in the UK, but I moved here over 7 years ago and never looked back. I've been making things since I was tiny - I remember sitting on the grass at infant school making 'fairy shoes' from leaves and bits of grass. I've been knitting and sewing since I was 7 - which means I've been a knitter for almost 30 years! Since then I've branched out a bit, learning to cut patterns, handspin, crochet, loom-bead, make wire-wrapped jewellery, needle- and wet-felt, dye, origami and papercrafts, drawing and painting, to name but a few.