New pattern: Clarendon scarf

At long last, my Clarendon scarf pattern is now available.

This soft and easy scarf combines knitting and simple weaving. The foundation of the scarf is knit from worsted weight Knit One, Crochet Too Second Time Cotton (75% recycled cotton/25% acrylic). Then woven through the eyelets of the foundation is the very soft Knit One, Crochet Too Linus (47% wool/30% acrylic/23% alpaca). Fringes are added to either end.

Imagine all the fun ways you could adapt this scarf to make it your own. Weave the softest cashmere through the eyelets for a luxurious winter treat. Or try a soft cotton or bamboo for  a lighter scarf for transitional seasons. The pattern is easy to adapt, so you can make the scarf wider or narrower to suit your own unique style.

The Clarendon scarf pattern is available in Simple Hip Knit Scarves: 14 Easy Everyday Knits, published by House of White Birches and available through Annie’s Attic and Amazon.

I hope you enjoy it!


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