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She had her face bare the day I discovered her on the moors, and still the color seemed sucked from the landscape surrounding her.
She carried a piece of blank paper and a pen. The paper slowly softened with the wet air.
She wore a scarf that day, half tucked in her heavy raincoat and half standing at attention in the winds’ bluster, and the color of a warm toffee pudding against the quick slips of mist.
“Perhaps it would be more romantic if you wore torn hems, or a thin lace collar standing sideways in the wind,” I suggested.
She looked square at me for the first time. “Had Jane Eyre worn this coat, these Wellies, and this heavy-duty scarf, I doubt she’d have fallen ill after wandering the moor.”
Mr. Rochester might find this a useful item as well.
A wide, reversible scarf with a ribbed collar for maximum warmth and versatility. Knit all in one go – nothing but knits and purls. No picking up stitches!
Although the recommended yarn is classified as aran weight, it knits up at more of a worsted weight. Whatever weight you use, you do not want a stiff fabric or it will not wrap comfortably around your neck since it is so wide.
Pattern thread with more info is here.