This scarf is a compilation of fond memories from my first trip to England. I remember discovering delicious teahouses and being mesmerized by the lace collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum. I have chosen a favourite lace pattern, English Mesh Lace and have paired it with two very aptly named colours from Madelinetosh, Earl Grey and Well Water. I am venturing to England again and I hope this piece will also reflect my summer to come. This delicate and lightweight scarf is an ideal accessory for layering with summer outfits. It is a perfect portable knit to take on an oceanside adventure accompanied by that perfect cup of tea.
Cowl: length 79 cm/ 31”, width 19 cm / 7.5”.
Infinity scarf: length 137 cm / 54”, width 19 cm / 7.5”.
Madelintosh’s Tosh Merino Light (100% superwash merino wool; 113 g = 384 m / 420 yds). One Skein of each colour, LC: Well Water & MC: Earl Grey.
Smaller cowl is shown in Astrid Grey and Nectar by Madelinetosh.
Needles & Notions
4.5 mm (US 7) or correct size to obtain gauge.
Small crochet hook, darning needle, 7 buttons (13 mm / 1/2“).
24 sts per 10 cm / 4” in All Over Pattern on 4.5mm (US 7)
This scarf is knitted shorter than the finished length. It will grow slightly, once washed and blocked. Infinity scarf takes approximately 103 m / 113 yds of LC & 214 m / 234 yds of MC of an equivalent fingering weight yarn. For cowl, approximately 84 m / 92 yds or LC & 128 m / 140 yds of MC is used.