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Ranke

Knitting
September 2017
Sport (12 wpi) ?
gauge is not important for this project
US 2½ - 3.0 mm
1750 yards (1600 m)
one size

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Ivy covered tree trunk

When rain wetted a tree’s trunk it can get this deep and dark brown tone. If it is covered with ivy, the contrast between the powerful green of the young sprouts and the dark brown can hit your eyes. Nature’s magic.

My intention was to create an ivy covered tree trunk with these both colorways. I love double knit and the effect you can achieve by just turning the inside out to create a new piece of wardrobe.

This unusual scarf is knitted in rounds to form a long small tube using the double knit technique.

Enjoy a total new look after turning the tube inside out.
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Size: One size, lenght of tube about 190 cm (75”).

Gauge: not important

Materials:
Yarn: 200 g Wollfaktor, “Nana“ BFL superwash (100% Bluefaced Leicester; 400 Meter 437 yards/ 100g): Color “Mokka”, as Main Color (MC) and
200 g Wollfaktor, “Nana“ BFL superwash (100% Bluefaced Leicester; 400 Meter 437 yards/ 100 g): Color “Waldläufer”, as Contrasting Color (CC)

Needles: Size 3,0 mm (US 2,5): circular needle 25 cm (10”) (dpn’s not recommended)

Notions: 1 Marker (for begin of Rd); tapestry needle.