This scarf is adorned with a richly textured combination of cables, slip stitches and yarn overs that travel both up and down the design. This cleverly devised stitch looks great on either side so there's no 'right' or 'wrong' side to the fabric - they're equally beautiful.
Instructions are given in both charted and written form.
You will receive a digital download of this design.
126 cm/49 1/2 in long by 19 cm/7 1/2 in wide
33.5 sts & 34 rows = 10 cm/4 in measured over cable pattern using 3.5 mm (US 4) needles. Please take the time to knit a tension swatch to achieve stated tension and adjust needle size as necessary.
Our recommended yarns are: Erika Knight British Blue 100, Jorstad Creek Hazelwood, and Sincere Sheep Luminous DK. You will need 500 m (546 yds) of DK weight yarn. Shown in 100) Baby Alpaca DK (100 m per 50 gm or 109 yds per 3 1/2 oz).
3.5 mm (US 4) needles
Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends)
Uppandoon is designed by Jeanette Sloan. Jeanette is one of the knitting world's most accomplished designers. Along with many contributions to The Knitter and Knitting magazines, as well as her Ravelry portfolio, she has recently co-edited a collection with Kate Davies, Warm Hands, a delectable collection of 15 designs for gloves, mitts, and mittens.
She has also been a powerful voice in the ongoing conversation about diversity in the knitting world from her 2018 article for Knitting magazine, "Black People Do Knit," to working tirelessly to create BIPOC in Fiber, a new website that celebrates a huge number of designers, yarn makers, and artists.