Lumepilve Scarf by Arella Seaton

Lumepilve Scarf

January 2018
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in 2x2 ribbing
7.0 mm
550 - 600 yards (503 - 549 m)
16.5'' x 78''
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The Lumepilve Scarf is the perfect cozy winter accessory. What does Lumepilve mean? It comes from the snowy northern country and means Snowcloud in Estonian. The scarf is beautiful, and yet cushiony soft, and warm, for those low temps and snowy days. It features a distinctive lace pattern on both ends of the scarf, 2x2 rib in the middle and nice, rounded slip-stitch edges. Pair it with Lumepilve Hat for a stylish look.

The scarf is worked flat, with notes given for adjusting width and length, to suit any style. The pattern is written out and charted.

• Familiarizing yourself with some cabling without a cable needle technique will speed up working the cables.
Cabling without a cable needle.

• A natural fiber (merino, alpaca, lamb’s wool, etc.) yarn should be used to knit the scarf for nice bouncy ribbing and cables.

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