NB: This listing is for a knitting pattern, not the finished scarf.
The pattern will be emailed directly to you in pdf format (or Word file format if you prefer), when payment is received, via your email address listed on your Etsy account. Should you wish to have me send the pdf to a different email, please let me know in the Notes to Seller at checkout.
With this pattern you can make a very soft and comfy winter scarf. For the original scarf I used Rowan Kid Classic, which is a lovely wool-mohair blend. Because of its open texture this scarf is cosy without being heavy, and it can be stretched to make either a skinny scarf or a wider cowl-type shape.
The colour I originally used has now been discontinued by Rowan, although you can still find balls of this shade if you hunt around on the internet. The Rowan Pure Wool Superwash DK in oxblood is a possible alternative. Also, there are equivalent burgundy yarns by Bergere de France (Berlaine), Patons (wool DK), etc.
The pattern is suitable for beginners, and you can knit it to any width and length to suit. You could use any double knit or aran weight yarn, with 7 mm knitting needles (US size 10 1/2). The scarf would look gorgeous in white or a pastel shade; in a rich dark shade as shown here it would make a great scarf for a man.
The original scarf was sold in early 2012.
The fourth image shows all three of my scarf patterns, which are available as a collection at https://www.etsystudio.com/listing/258325826/pdf-scarf-knitting-patterns-collection
You are welcome to use this pattern for scarves for sale in your etsy shop. I'd appreciate it if you would add a credit for the original pattern:
If you would like to see my artwork and handknitted scarves, please click the link https://www.etsy.com/shop/AzureDayArt
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Artwork: Your painting/drawing will be shipped on the day that payment clears (or the next working day) and will be carefully wrapped, using foamboard, cardboard or bubblewrap, plus a padded or cardboard envelope (or normal stationery envelope for ACEOs). Large paintings will be sent rolled in a strong tube. (The tubes I use are quite heavy, so, unfortunately, postage costs for those paintings are fairly high. Also, generally only one picture will fit a tube, so there is no reduction for 'with another item' postage for these paintings - sorry about that. If it is possible to send items together in a tube I will refund any extra postage that you've paid.)
Scarves: Knitted items will be wrapped in tissue, and packed in a polybag for waterproofness and a padded envelope.
For international shipping I will use International Airmail for small items (with proof of posting) or Airsure for larger ones (with tracking to the destination). For postage inside the UK I will use first class 'signed for' or Special Delivery.
There are no customs duties on fine art for buyers in the EU and USA. For elsewhere in the world, you may need to check on your country's custom duties, as the buyer is liable for any customs duties and import taxes.
Outer packing may be recycled but is clean (used previously for manuscripts or books only). Also, my workroom is smoke-, pet- and perfume-free.
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Returns & exchanges
I want you to be happy with your purchase. If you are unhappy with it for any reason please contact me.
Returns must be shipped back to me within 7 days of receipt, in undamaged condition, and in secure and unbendable packing material, by priority mail with insurance, tracking and signature on delivery. When I receive the item in its original condition, I will provide a refund for the price of the item. Shipping costs are the buyer's responsibility.
For larger paintings sent to destinations outside the UK, please be aware of the high cost of returning such items with tracking and insurance.
If an order is lost in transit or does not arrive within 60 days of shipping, I will issue a refund. If you receive a damaged item, please send me a photo or photos of the damaged item and I will issue a refund.
I use only good quality materials for my paintings: professional-grade oil or acrylic colours (Old Holland, Sennelier, Winsor & Newton artists' colours); decent quality canvases, or watercolour or acrylic paper; gesso panels from Belle Arti, Italy. The indian ink I use is totally fadeproof; the grey ink is stated to be fadeproof but it is always advisable to keep artwork out of direct sunlight.
All of my artwork is unframed - the standard and deep canvases can be displayed on a wall simply by banging in two nails and just hooking the canvas over them. Smaller paintings look great on a desk or shelf - plastic-coated plate stands are an unobtrusive 'easel'.
I've tried to reproduce the paintings accurately in my photos, but please bear in mind that colours and tone may vary depending on the calibration of your computer screen. Also, different web browsers may display colours differently.
Photographing my scarves has presented similar problems of lighting. I've tried very carefully to show accurately how the scarf looks.
The buyer purchases only the original artwork. I retain all rights including the rights to reproduction.