Kevin Basket Weave ScarfRegular price $ 75.00
Free Back Pack Project Bag
There are many reasons why you’ll love this elegant scarf pattern. The light-weight yarn will feel comfy yet very soft against the neck and chin. The design has no back side since it’s worked in the round on a circular needle, and the two skeins of yarn provides enough yardage to make a generously long scarf that can be worn many different ways. And if you knit this casually elegant scarf as a gift, you’re sure to get a very warm thank you.
For your convenience, this website includes a page where I’ve collected knitting tips and links to videos that will make knitting your project easier and even more fun. Knitting Help
This knit scarf kit includes a pattern (in a handy pocket size) and yarn. Your knitting kit is delivered in a backpack-style project bag.
Skacel’s Filigran, 100% Merino Superwash Wool
This washable yarn is great for light-weight garments that still offer warmth. Single-ply and washable, this yarn is a perfect combination of elegance and practicality. Machine washable.
HiKoo’s CoBaSi Fingering, 55% Cotton, 16% Bamboo, 8% Silk, 21% Elastic Nylon
A wool-free option, this lush blend of fibers is soft, breathable, and machine washable, making it perfect for all seasons; and it’s wool-like stretch makes knitting it gentle on the hands. Machine washable.
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Gauge: 30 sts and 38 rows = 4"/10cm, in pattern stitch
Suggested Needles and Notions:
The following is recommended but not included in the kit.
*or size needed to obtain gauge.
One size fits all
Finished circumference 12"/30.5cm
Finished length 72"/183cm
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The kit for this scarf, with knitting pattern and yarn, comes in a backpack-style project bag. On the front of the backpack is a zippered pouch with a porthole. You can insert the ball of yarn from which you’re knitting and run the yarn through the porthole, so if you like, you can even knit while walking down the street.
Note: needles and handsome guy not included.