Light Festival Scarf by Stephen West

Light Festival Scarf

December 2018
yarn held together
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette stitch
US 8 - 5.0 mm
1520 yards (1390 m)
One Size
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This fluffy ribbed scarf features Qing Fibre’s Melted Baby Suri alpaca yarn held together with color pops of fingering weight wool. Hold two strands together to get the marled effect and change contrast colors as the ribbing gradually increases. This project is very relaxing for vacation or holiday knitting. Some final short row wedges finish the asymmetrical triangle for a long wingspan.

Finished Measurements
84” / 213cm, 50” / 127cm at widest part. Measurements taken after blocking.

Worsted weight

Hold one strand of fingering weight together with one strand of Qing Fibre Melted Baby Suri.

You can hold two strands of fingering weight wool together as well if you prefer a wool version without the fluffy alpaca.

Approximately 760yds / 695m each of MC & CC.
Sample uses approximately 10 CC’s. So, each CC requires less than 100yds / 91m)

Shown in
Qing Fibre Melted Baby Suri
MC - Hero (royal blue)

Qing Fibre Merino Singles
CC - Cheese (orange), Zest (yellow green), Dust (light pink), Young Ginger (yellow), Teal , & Firaja (red)

Walk Collection Cottage Merino
CC - Smaragd (emerald green)

Hedgehog Fibres Skinny Singles
CC - Hush (purple), Glacier (light blue) & Kid You Not (orange)

US 8 / 5mm circular in 40” / 100cm length

Tapestry needle

16 sts & 30 rows = 4” / 10cm in stockinette stitch

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