Poplar - The Scarf by Julia Stanfield
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Poplar - The Scarf

May 2012
Fingering / 4 ply (14 wpi) ?
21 stitches = 4 inches in Knitted in pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
US 8 - 5.0 mm
US 9 - 5.5 mm
350 - 437 yards (320 - 400 m)
One size - 19cm x 190cm
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When looking at the result of the lace used in this pattern it reminded me of rows of tall narrow trees, similar to the borders of Poplars often used as windbreaks across rural New Zealand.

This pattern is quick and simple, producing a beautiful looking unisex scarf. With a very easy to memorise pattern and it’s practical rectangular shape I hope it will become a pattern you love to knit, wear and gift!

Poplar - The Scarf is written in 3 weights:
4ply/fingering weight (approx 400m on 4mm needles)
8 ply/DK (approx 360m on 5mm needles) and
10ply/worsted weight (approx 320m on 5.5mm needles)

The patterns in The Poplar Collection are all license free - which means that you can knit them for sale if you’d like. If you are knitting for sale all I ask is that you credit them back to this pattern and Julia Stanfield as the designer.

This is part of The Poplar Collection which also features:
Poplar - The Blanket (written in 3 sizes)
Poplar - The Dishcloth

In purchasing any patterns by Julia Stanfield you are also purchasing the rights to use this pattern for small scale commercial purposes, making items personally. Please credit any items you knit for sale back to this pattern and Julia Stanfield as the designer.