Falling Flowers by Ann Kingstone

Falling Flowers

October 2009
DK (11 wpi) ?
28 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in double knitted stocking stitch (measured on one face)
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
500 - 670 yards (457 - 613 m)
Child and adult
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Delicate blooms scatter over this snuggly scarf. Romantically feminine for an adult, soft and girly for a child.

The scarf is double knitted, so each side is a perfect negative of the other. Links to relevant internet resources for the double knitting techniques used are included in the PDF pattern.

The Louisa Harding yarn used in the pictured sample may be substituted with any DK weight yarn in which angora is the predominant fibre (for softness and halo). The shortest child’s size (pictured above) requires approximately 250 yards each of two colours, while the longest adult size requires approximately 335 yards each of two colours.