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Barnett Park Scarf

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The beech trees in Barnett Park and elsewhere near where I grew up are the inspiration for this long scarf using Victorian and Estonian leaf motifs.
The almost 2m scarf can be looped or draped to add drama to an outfit. If you want a shorter version just do fewer main pattern repeats in both sections.
The scarf is knitted in two parts and grafted in the centre so the leaves grow in both directions.
If you use a yarn with a different yardage, divide it into two equal balls and work an equal number of repeats based on what you get from the first half.

16 sts and 25 rows to 10cm over main pattern after

3.75mm needles, straight and circular.
1 100g skein of 4ply yarn (400m/100g) - a wool rich
option recommended.
Stitch markers as required.
Scrap yarn.

28cm x 190cm after blocking
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