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Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Ancient Arts Yarns + Dye Studio - 607 Manitou Road SE, Calgary, Alberta

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Mosaic Knot Scarf and Hat Pattern

By Caroline Sommerfeld and Samantha MacKay

There is nothing nicer on a cold day than putting on a n oversized, squishy scarf and hay to keep you warm.  I love the grace and beauty of Celtic artwork, and since mosaic work is ideal for patterns like this, it was an obvious choice to pain with a simple texture stitch to create the ultimate stylish, squishy set.  The the texture stitch is reversible and right side and wrong sides are alternated in each section of the scarf to add interest.  Gradient colours and a delicious contrast make this scarf fun to knit and easy to wear!

Size

One Scarf: One Size Fits All

Hat: S (M, L)

Materials

Ancient Arts Yarn Lascaux Worsted

25% Manx Loughtan Wool / 75% Punta Arenas Wool, 200m/219yds = 100g/3.5oz

Sample shown in C1 Pebble, C2 Tweed, C3 Houndstooth, C4 Amethyst

For Scarf: One set size 5.00mm / US 8 needles, 40-60cm/16-24” circ needles or size needed to obtain gauge.  

For Hat: One set size 4.00mm / US 6 needles, 40cm/16" circ needles, or size needed to obtain gauge.

Stitch marker, tapestry needle, blocking pins and/or wires

 

Pattern is available as a downloadable PDF at checkout.  A link for future download will also be emailed to you with your receipt.

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