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Thursday, February 7, 2008

Pattern: Ozark Handspun and Dune Scarf


MATERIALS:
2 Skeins Ozark Handspun yarn
1 Louet Kidlin
1 Trendsetter Dune
1 Pair US Size 17 Needles
1 Pair US Size 35 Needles
1 US Size P Crochet Hook

Measurements: 10 x 72 inches
INSTRUCTIONS: Using Size 17 needles, cast on 20 sts in Trendsetter Dune. Knit 4 rows.

Cut and tie on Louet Kidlin. Knit 6 rows.
Cut and tie on Ozark Handspun. Switch to US Size 35 needles, k2tog across row (10 sts.) Knit 3 rows.
Cut Ozark Handspun yarn and tie on Louet Kidlin. Switch to size 17 needles and increase 1 st in each st across the row (20 sts). Knit 4 rows.
Cut and tie on Trendsetter Dune. Knit 6 rows.

Cut and tie on Ozark Handspun. Switch to US Size 35 needles, k2tog across row (10 sts.) Knit 3 rows.
Repeat pattern to 72 inches.
Finishing: Using Size P crochet hook, single crochet Ozark Handspun yarn loosely around the entire edge of the piece. (Recommended only for the scarf.)

Options: Feel free to vary the striping pattern as you wish. As is, the completed scarf has 40 rows of Ozark, 60 rows of Kidlin and 54 rows of Dune with leftovers of Dune and Kidlin for additional rows. If you want to add more rows of Ozark Handspun you will need another skein.


If you would rather make a wrap (shawl) than a scarf, simply double the number of sts and buy one more skein of each of the yarns listed above.

Designed by Carol Porter for Ozark Handspun, October 2007

Printing Instructions: To print click OH and Dune Scarf.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

When I tried to download the pattern, all I got was a lot of code...and no usable pattern. Any way to fix this?

November 20, 2009 at 10:40:00 PM CST  

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