Elven March Scarf (PDF Knitting Pattern)
BrunuhVille is a Portuguese composer who, his website states, “creates a world of magic and fantasy between the fusion of Gothic, orchestral, Celtic, folk, movie, ethnic and world music.”
The eponymous tune from his Tales of the Lost Kingdom inspired this scarf design. Imagine a sun dappled forest floor and secret paths trod only by the elves!
This scarf uses the same pattern stitch as the Guardian of the Woods scarf but the cabling is worked only on the Right Side. It presents two pleasing yet very different faces.
The edges of the scarf are worked in a reversible cable that creates a wonderfully scalloped edge.
Two full versions of the pattern are provided, one for knitters who prefer to work from charts and one for knitters who prefer to work from written directions.
Instructions are included for adjusting the length of the scarf.
The bind off for this scarf is done ’in pattern’ therefore the knitter needs to be able to read their knitting i.e. identify knit and purl stitches as they present themselves on the needles.
See photos for an abbreviations list for this pattern.
Length: 60" / 152.5cm; Width: 6.5" / 16.5cm
387 yards (354 m) in Worsted weight
5.0 mm / US 8
4.0 mm / US 6
19 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette on larger needles, blocked
Other Patterns in the Lost Kingdom Series
Lost Kingdom: Guardian of the Woods Scarf is a more complex variation of the Elven March scarf; it has cabling on the RS and WS of the work.
Lost Kingdom: Coimbra Fingerless Gloves
Lost Kingdom: Riversong
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