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A former navigation officer for British cargo ships, Lucy Neatby now finds herself submerged in the fabulous world of fiber. Whether designing, writing or instructing, she strives to bring out the ...
A former navigation officer for British cargo ships, Lucy Neatby now finds herself submerged in the fabulous world of fiber. Whether designing, writing or instructing, she strives to bring out the true fun in knitting. Her website, Lucy Neatby Designs, is no different. Lucy is also the face behind a series of instructional DVDs, Learn with Lucy, and the author of popular books, including Cool Socks Warm Feet, Cool Knitters Finish in Style and A Little Book of BIG Holes for Hand-Knitters.View all patterns by designer (104) »
The name of this scarf is inspired by Wilkie Collin's famous classic English novel about the theft of the Moonstone diamond.
The special quilted interlacing of the layers in this scarf, which is used to create the colour patterning, also results in unusual textural detailing in the fabric. There are options for using the diamond pattern throughout or for interspersing the bolder motifs.
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The scarf pictured was knit at a gauge of 5 stitch pairs x 7 rows per inch
Yarns of any weight may be used for this scarf provided they are of a similar weight to one another. There will be a consequent change in gauge, scarf width and yarn consumption