Celtic Dragon Scarf MKAL by Tania Richter
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Celtic Dragon Scarf MKAL

Knitting
May 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 2 - 2.75 mm
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
US 3 - 3.25 mm
1600 yards (1463 m)
One
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Contents of the MKAL

With this MKAL, we’ll be creating a scarf of featuring a Celtic-themed dragon. This is an 8 week MKAL with four clues releasing at a rate of one every two weeks.

When you purchase the pattern you will receive an introductory file download of the schedule, pattern details, and swatch.

Dates of Note~

18 April 2015 - Clue 0 - Introductory file live
1 June 2015 - Clue 1
15 June 2015 - Clue 2
29 June 2015 - Clue 3
6 July 2015 - Clue 4

Suggested yarn and needle sizes

You will need two skeins of Dream in Color Smooshy or Smooshy with Cashmere in your main color and two skeins in your contrasting color for a total of four skeins, 800 yards of each color.

A range of recommended needle sizes (US 2 to US 3) has been given to help you attain gauge. If you knit tightly, start with a larger needle, and if you knit loosely go with a smaller needle. You will not need to change needle sizes during the project. Swatching is recommended as this pattern will use most of the yarn in each skein.

Suggested Yarn Colors~
Bringing this back to help people pick their colors!

Black and Emerald Green
Black and Ruby Red
Black and Sapphire Blue
Black and Topaz/Gold

Official MKAL Thread
Hop over to the official MKAL thread to chat about the pattern!

Prize Drawing
All projects finished by August 31st, 2015, and entered into the prize thread will be entered into a raffle to win a $10 gift card to Fiber Wild Yarn Store. Additional prizes may be added depending upon the number of MKAL participants.

Final Information

This is an intermediate level project, previous experience with double-knitting/chart reading is recommended. More resources on double knitting can be found in this thread.

Please avoid posting spoilers in the form of progress photos as the first photo on your project page :3