Lantana Haze by Kathy Bateman
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Lantana Haze

July 2011
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch, after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
440 - 704 yards (402 - 644 m)
Short 7” x 49” (Long 7” x 60”)
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This pattern is part of the Prairie Bliss Collection from Hill Country Weavers.

Suggested Skill Level
Advanced Beginner (must be comfortable using stitch markers and slipping stitches)

Throughout the scarf, one strand of each yarn is held together (A of Root Sizing Silk + A of Silk Mohair Hand-Dyed Kasuri).

Habu N-6B Root Sizing Silk (100% silk; 88yds/14g).
• 2 (3) balls color 4, purple (A)
• 2 (3) balls color 6, green (B)
• 1 (2) ball(s) color 1, orange (C)
Habu A-32D Silk Mohair Hand-Dyed Kasuri (60% silk, 40%
mohair; 186yds/14g) in:
• 1 (2) balls color 59, purple (A)
• 1 (2) balls color 202, green (B)
• 1 (1) ball color 205, red (C)

When substituting yarns, swatch in stockinette stitch and wet block to make sure characteristic stockinette stitch curl can be blocked out. Scarf will be curly until blocked. When calculating how much of the substitute yarn is needed, note that in the shorter length scarf, each stripe uses almost exactly 1 ball of Root Sizing Silk.

pattern is available wholesale through Deep South Fibers