Halo Blush Scarf by Heidi Heinrichs

Halo Blush Scarf

November 2020
Fingerin 400 m / 440 yds / 100g
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 4 - 3.5 mm
3.5 mm (E)
853 - 908 yards (780 - 830 m)
One size
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Halo Blush Scarf

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Halo Blush is a feminine and romantic scarf. I designed this pattern for my Knitting challenge 2020 Summer set.

This was totally new way to make a scarf for me. There is only two purled rows in the scarf. The centre piece is stockinette and border is lace with bobbles. Although there is quite many stitches on every round, work comes together fast as you work it from all directions.

Yarn: Any fingering yarn works well with this pattern. I had one 100 g skein (400 m / 440 yds / 100g) on each main colour and 20 g mini skein a bit darker pink for edge.

The level of difficulty of this scarf is intermediate. Techniques required: Judy’s magic co, basic increases/decreases, hdc-bobbles.

I recommend to use 2 pair of long circular needles when making this scarf.

I hope you enjoy this lovely summer inspired scarf

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