Own these four classic patterns & enjoy knitting the variations.
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Classic Scarf #1
337 Luxe Scarves
Version 1 (mustard colour) is knitted with 2 x 50g balls of Jo Sharp Mulberry Silk Georgette and two strands of yarn knitted together on the needles.
Version 2 (grey) knitted with 3 x 50g balls and one strand of the slightly chunkier Jo Sharp New Era Merino DK Superwash yarn.
Both versions are feather lightweight.
The Luxe Scarves are shaped in a loop (cowl shape) that may be worn in a single layer or doubled up for a snug fit and perfect with a jacket. Worked in an easy beginner lace stitch on large needles for a quick result.
Classic Scarf #2
315 Two Strand Cowl
A soft pliable Moss stitch cowl that may be worn in a single loop or doubled up to wear beneath a coat collar. The fabric is created using 3 x 50g balls of yarn and knitted with two strands of yarn together on large needles. This pattern is worked on straight needles. A twist is made in the fabric before seaming. Jo Sharp’s Mulberry Silk Georgette is super soft and suitable to wear against the skin.
Classic Scarf #3
381 Old School Scarf
An easy to knit, woven-like fabric created with knit, purl and slip stitches and using 4 x 50g balls of Jo Sharp New Era Merino DK Superwash yarn (2 balls of main shade|one ball each of contrasts) The scarf is worked from side to side (long edge) using a circular needle to accommodate the stitches. The stitches are worked back and forth on circular needles (not in the round).
Classic Scarf #4
299 Rib Twist Cowl
A softly draped ribbed cowl, using contrasting bands of two Jo Sharp yarns; Pattern requires 1 x 50g ball each of Silkroad DK Tweed and New Era Merino DK Superwash yarn. A muted green solid shade contrasts with the deeper tweed green. Easy quick knitting on large (7.00mm) needles. The pattern is given for straight needles or knitted in the round on circular needles.