Festive Jester by Lorraine Pugh
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Festive Jester

Crochet
November 2016
Hand Dyed By Kate Yak Nylon
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
24 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Tweed Stitch
3.0 mm
328 - 383 yards (300 - 350 m)
UK
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Feeling Festive?!
Fester Jester is a very quick to make neckerchief/shawl that is worked using the popular ‘Tweed’ stitch, also known as ‘Linen’ or ‘Moss’ stitch as well as other names. The stitches along the bottom create a beautiful effect of ‘twirling’ of the neckerchief’s beaded edge as it hangs down.

As I was working the last few rows of this design, I realised how much it resembled a decorated tree, and so I felt it would add to the fun to add a little bell at the top of ‘the tree’, of the central tip. You could even get creative and add a charm, or another bead, or even just leave it plain.

It is so simple yet effective, quick to work, and so makes for the perfect last minute Christmas gift.