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Wheaten Scarf.



published in Wool People vol. 5
Yarns: Pirkanmaan kotityö Roosa Nauha sukkalanka #54 dark salmon
and Drops Brushed Alpaca Silk #5 beige
Needles: 3.5mm (for the ribbing), 5.0mm (for the main pattern)

I knitted the smallest sized scarf, but substituted for bigger needles and held my two yarns together to make a thicker and wider scarf. I was going to use the instructions for the worsted weight scarf but it had fewer pattern repeats both lengthwise and width-wise.

I already finished this scarf a couple of weeks ago, but the days have been cloudy and dark so I haven't been able to take decent photos earlier. I've also been feeling a bit under the weather during the past week or so and haven't really found energy to do anything else besides the mandatory (read go to work).  I hope things are starting to look brighter now - both regarding the weather and my condition...




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  1. such a gorgeous scarf! the two yarns held together give the colour so much depth and luxury, that was a clever decision!

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    1. Thank you! :) I wanted to knit a pink scarf but was scared that it would be "too pink" if you know what I mean, so I decided to tone it down with the brown.

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