Bat'leth by Kimberly Gintar
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Bat'leth

Knitting
August 2014
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
23 stitches = 4 inches
in garter
US 3 - 3.25 mm
580 yards (530 m)
one size
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Feeling a bit agressive? Need to let your inner Klingon free? Then this is just the scarf for you. It can be used in battle or just worn around your neck to keep you or your favorite Klingon warrior warm. With the silk and merino content and the holes formed by the grips, it flows gently around any Klingon or non-Klingon neck and won‘t get too warm. It also can come in handy in case a Klingon battle ensues. Don‘t be caught empty handed this winter!

Approximate finished dimensions after washing and blocking: 60“/152 cm long and 23“/59 cm deep. The depth of the handle is 7”/18 cm deep.

Skill Level: beginner/intermediate.

Yarn: Nicole C. Méndez Merino/Seide (Merino/silk) 50/50, 1 skein = 399.6 meters (437.0 yards), 100 grams in Nebel and 0.33 skeins = 131.9 meters (144.2 yards), 33 grams in Korb for the handles.

Needles: US 3 /3.25 mm.

Notions: 3 large stitch holders, optional
removable stitch markers and a darning
needle to weave in ends.

Gauge: 23 sts/4 inches in garter stitch.