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The Chalfont Scarf is a wonderful "three-season" scarf - able to transition from the autumn right the way through the winter snows and into the cool evenings of early Spring. The scarf has an open, lacy pattern which traps the air and holds the warmth during cold winter chills. However, it can also be worn draped more loosely, providing a stylish transitional layer at the beginning and end of the season.
The pattern features a beautifully reversible stitch, Roman Lace, which is one of the few stitches that is truly reversible even when worked in two colours.
The pattern includes instructions for three different sizes so that you can tailor the scarf to your own requirements. Three different colourways are also included: a rich chocolate/russet combination for the end of the year, a soft white for a warm winter scarf, and a two-tone blue for the Spring.
Sizes: Small (Medium, Large)
Width: 22.5 (25, 27.5) cm / 9 (10, 11) ins.
Length: 150 (165, 180) cm / 60 (66, 70) ins.
Webs "Amherst" worsted wt yarn, 100% merino wool,
100m/109 yds : 50gm ball in Cols:
A - Autumn Colourway - Col 1: Chocolate + Col 2: Spice
B - Spring Colourway - Col 3: Regatta Blue + Col 4: Navy
C - Winter Colourway - Col 5: Natural
Actual amt used / Medium-size, 300gm/10.5 oz yarn = 600m/654 yds.
Size 5.0mm/US #8 str ndls.
16 sts & 29 rows : 10cm/4 ins in Roman Stripe Lace
using 5.0mm/US #8 ndls, slightly stretched lengthwise.
The pattern includes stitch charts and full line-by-line instructions and is available for immediate download. The pdf file can be printed out or viewed on a computer, tablet or mobile device. Please let me know if you have any difficulties in downloading or opening the file.
© Moira Ravenscroft, 2015
E-mail: wyndlestraw.designs [!at] gmail.com
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