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Momiji Scarf (includes bonus Roman Holiday Scarf pattern)

Purl Diving's Ravelry Store
DK / 8 ply (11 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in in pattern, after blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
220 yards (201 m)
Momiji Scarf: 15.25 cm/6 inches (width) by 165 cm/65 inches (length) - Roman Holiday Scarf: 15.25 cm/6 inches (width) by 162.5 cm/64 inches (length)
This pattern is available for $5.95 USD
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Description from the Patternfish.com pattern page (http://www.patternfish.com/patterns/4640):

“Momiji is the Japanese word for their variety of Maple tree, with its delicately lacy red leaves, which the lace in this pattern calls to mind,” says Matthews. “Also included is a bonus lace scarf pattern for the same yarn, which may be better suited to some of the busier colourways.” They are both lovely, and the designer’s judgment is very sound when it comes to what works best in what kind of variegate. Purl Diving patterns are beautifully simple to follow and the results are always a prize.

Pattern notes:
This pattern has the lace pattern charted (for the Momiji Scarf; no chart for bonus Roman Holiday Scarf pattern) in addition to written directions.

The original of each pattern required one 3.5 oz / 100 g skein of Lorna’s Laces Pearl.

Notions required:
Tapestry needle for darning loose ends; rust-proof pins, blocking wires and blocking board for blocking to finished size.

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The pattern is available for purchase as a downloadable PDF from Ravelry and Patternfish.

Notes updated Feb 3, 2013

Starting February 6 and continuing until February 24 - a day after closing ceremonies - I will donate 50% of each sale of any of my patterns to http://egale.ca/ , an organization that does good work on behalf of LGBTQ people. I was inspired to do this by my friend Lynne Sosnowski (etcgirl here on Rav), who has written beautifully of her beliefs. I hope Lynne’s thoughts will inspire others to support not only the athletes, but everyone who works hard to be faster, to fly higher, to be stronger, no matter what their endeavor, no matter who they are, no matter who they love.