Harvest Weather Scarf by Tina Tse

Harvest Weather Scarf

by Tina Tse
no longer available from 1 source show
November 2018
Aran (8 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 26 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
840 - 850 yards (768 - 777 m)
one size
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Discontinued. This digital pattern is no longer available online.

Pay What You Choose: In order to make my designs more financially accessible but still valuing the work it takes to create these patterns, I am implementing a “Pay What You Choose” model. These prices indicate the fair amount that has been put into the designs and hopefully can become a sustainable way for me to keep creating hand knitting patterns.

Listed are the codes and the price you will be paying next to them:

No Code: $9.00

TTierA: $7.00

TTierB: $5.00

TTierC: $4.00

DESCRIPTION: rectangular scarf / wrap with textured stripes

DIFFICULTY LEVEL: Advanced Beginner

Knitcraft and Knittery- Aran/Worsted weight
180 yds / 166 m- 100 g
Yarn A: “Hazelnut Gelato”- about 340 yds
Yarn B: “Missy Z”- about 340 yds
Yarn C: “The Wombutt”- about 160 yds
Total: about 840 yds
15% off the yarn on Knitcraft and Knittery’s website!

NEEDLE: US 9 / 5.5 MM
or size needed to obtain gauge

NOTIONS: gauge ruler if needed
GAUGE: 14 sts by 26 rows in 4”/10cm
(in garter stitch after blocking)

SIZE: one size

Approx. 80” long by 15” wide,
203 cm long by 38 cm wide

An intriguing but simple pattern to follow, Harvest Weather is a traditional scarf to wrap around your neck! The stripes and eyelet texture create different angles throughout the scarf. They look like triangles, diamonds, and hourglass shapes within a rectangle. When I received these yarns from Knitcraft and Knittery for this collaboration, the colors screamed fall color palette to me and got me excited to have this piece in my wardrobe for fall. Even though this original design was made with a stripe pattern, it can also be done as a solid color. The eyelet texture creates such an interesting pattern already for those who might not prefer stripes. Hope you enjoy knitting this scarf and that it keeps you warm!
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