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Miss Morland's Scarf Pattern
This pattern was inspired by Miss Morland, the heroine in Jane Austen’s novel, Northanger Abbey. I sought to create a scarf that was simple enough for everyday, yet elegant enough to wear to the theatre.
Knitting skills used in this pattern: knit, purl, knit two together, and yarn over.
Finished piece measures 4.5” wide by 41.5” long. Use this size as a guideline, but feel free to adjust the pattern as you see fit.
Yarn requirements: Approximately 215 yards of light fingering weight (17-18 wpi) handspun or commercial yarn. The scarf in the photograph was made using my handpainted superwash bluefaced leicester wool sock yarn in the "Sugar Plum" colorway.
Needle size: US size 4 (3.5 mm) straight or circular needles, or size needed to obtain gauge of 25 stitches and 34 rows over 4 inches in stockinette stitch.
This listing is for the pattern only. Yarn and needles are not included in this listing.
The pattern will be available for electronic download as a PDF document following receipt of your payment.
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Every attempt is made to provide accurate photographs, however, be aware that color may vary from monitor to monitor.
I take great care to make sure that dye is heat set sufficiently and exhausted so there is minimal to no color run-off. Due to differences in water chemistry around the world, what runs clear for me may bleed a little for you. Please hand wash your items with like colors in cold water using a gentle wool soap (I recommend Eucalan) and lay flat to dry.