Green Tea Scarf Pattern Giveaway

Sunday, April 11, 2010

We're heading into Winter here in Australia - so I've been working on a knitting pattern for this Green Tea scarf.

I wanted a warm but not too thick scarf for myself, and this is what I came up with. It's a simple cable pattern waith a colour change in the centre.

Update 28 Dec 2013: Pattern now a free download

$2.00 US
The pattern is for sale on ETSY and RAVELRY and the scarf itself will be in my Etsy shop in the next few days.

Knitting pattern for those wanting to try some easy cables. If you find you’re really struggling, you can decide not to add in the colour change, and you’ll still have a lovely plait/cable scarf.

This pattern does not depend on any particular yarn, each will bring its own texture and feel to the scarf - Saying that, you probably want 10-12 ply to make the scarf thick enough to wear.
I used Moda Vera Chantilly which is 70% acrylic, 30% milk and lovely and soft
5.5mm knitting needles + a cable needle (or double pointed needle or crochet hook)
Skills Needed
Cast on
Slip 1 knitwise
Slip 1 purlwise
Carry the second colour behind when knitting
(the back of the scarf does not have the plait effect)

GIVEAWAY - Green Tea Scarf Knitting Pattern
----giveaway closed - winners announced here----

To celebrate I thought I'd give away two free copies of the new pattern

~~~ How to Enter ~~~
Take a look around my blog then leave a comment on this post telling me something you like or something that could be improved

Bonus Entry: Follow this blog & let me know in your comment

Fine Print
- Giveaway closes on the 20th April 8am (AEST)
- International entries welcome
- Please leave me a way to contact you

Good Luck :)

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