Wonderland Adventure Scarf by Celia Cabodevilla

Wonderland Adventure Scarf

Knitting
September 2018
both are used in this pattern
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
36.4 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
US 2 - 2.75 mm
1172 - 1180 yards (1072 - 1079 m)
One size: 7"x71" (18 cm x 180 cm)
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About: Experience Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland with twenty-four addictive colorwork designs to double knit, along with excerpts and illustrations from the book.

Dive down the double knitting rabbit hole with your choice of three DK techniques (see “Techniques” below for more information).

Whichever path you choose, the resulting scarf is smooth and squishy to the touch, making a comfortable, cozy, and lightweight accessory you’ll want to wear all winter.

Yardage

Main Color: 586 yds
Contrast Color: 586 yds

Note: This should cover all three techniques.

Sizes

Pictured sample is 7”x71” (18 cm x 180 cm).

For other sizes, experiment with different sizes of needles/yarn. Gauge is flexible for this project.

Techniques

Note: There are no tutorials included, but the colorwork charts were designed with the intention of being clear and approachable for knitters of all levels.

This pattern includes three PDFs, one for each technique described below:

  • DK only: the entirety of the design is made using traditional double knitting, causing the colorwork to be mirrored on the WS, including letters and Roman numerals.

  • DK with NMDK (non-mirrored DK): Most of the scarf is made using traditional double knitting, with the exception of letters and some Roman numerals. This version will produce a scarf with legible words and numerals on both sides of the work.

  • DK with DS (duplicate stitch): The entirety of the scarf is made using traditional double knitting, then finished by duplicate stitching over previously knitted stitches. This version will produce a scarf with legible words and Roman numerals on both sides of the work.

Policy

A few things to keep in mind:

Due to the nature of digital sales, I am unable to offer returns at this time.

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and the accompanying illustrations by Sir John Tenniel are both in the public domain, and appropriate credit is given on the cover.

All other artwork included in the Wonderland Adventure Scarf pattern has been licensed for commercial use without attribution--all artists were compensated fairly for their contributions.