KNITTING PATTERN for "MURRISK" SCARF a LONG, MULTICOLORED, OPENWEAVE SCARF EASY/BEGINNERS SCARF PATTERN This pattern was inspired by the fishermans nets stacked at Murrisk Pier , near the town of Westport, County Mayo, in the West of Ireland. The thick, strong nets are intricately woven and are made to survive all the elements. I created this design to reflect the beauty of the nets in a long, flowing, warm and comfortable scarf. It is light as a feather and will keep you snug and cozy as you stroll along the beach, hike through the mountains or saunter along the city streets. It is also deliciously soft and warm . The yarn used is a wonderful light, airy, warm and comfortable King Cole wool blend. The scarf is long enough to be wound around your neck at least twice, or can be worn long and loose.
Yarn : King Cole “Riot” Chunky - Shade 658- “Moors” 30% Wool / 70% Acrylic Chunky Weight Yarn/ Yarn Weight 5 - 200g / 7 oz. / 268m /294 yards This yarn comes in a multitude of beautiful colourways , any of which would look gorgeous in this pattern www.kingcole.com You can use any Chunky/Bulky Weight wool for this pattern.
Needles : Size 5mm/ US Size 8 and Size 15 mm /US Size 19 needles
Skill Level : Easy
This scarf is an original design created by me, "Made On Location" for Artesana. This is a PDF digital knitting pattern which can be downloaded once your payment has been processed.
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