Falkland Gansey Scarf by Graeme Knowles-Miller

Falkland Gansey Scarf

January 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
394 - 591 yards (360 - 540 m)
Child (Adult)
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Traditional English fishermen’s ganseys were knit in tightly spun wool to help keep out the weather. This Scarf uses an aran weight yarn of pure Falkland Merino and combines some of the original motifs; marriage lines, cable and double moss - all of which trap air within the texture, helping keep the wearer warm and the weather at bay.

Child (Adult)
56 (71)“/142 (180.5)cm long

Debbie Bliss Falkland Aran
(100% Falkland Merino; 197 yds 180m meterres/100 grams: Ecru, 2 (3) hanks)

Pair of US 8 (5.0mm) straight needles

19 sts andby 26 rows over St st to and a 4”/10cm/4” square using US 8 needles.