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					                                                Swish Scarf
                                                               This is Knit with…
                                               Yarn          3 balls of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran
                                                             Colour 603 (fringed scarf)
                                                             Colour 104 (plain scarf)

                                                             55% Merino Wool, 33% Microfibre,
                                                             12% Cashmere

                                                             90 metres per 50 gram ball

                                               Needles       5mm / US 8

                                               Finished      Approximately 178 cm (70 inches) long
                                               Size




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                        This pattern uses the Quill Eyelet stitch pattern from Nicky Epstein’s
                        Knitting on the Edge. It features a knit-in fringe, a technique also
                        described in that book, which produces a unique “swish” effect.

                        In this pattern six extra stitches are knit on each row, along one side
                        of the main stitch pattern, which are then unravelled to form a run of
                        loops on one edge along the full length of the scarf.

                        If you would prefer not to have a fringe, instructions are also
                        provided for a plain scarf.




                        Fringed Scarf:

                        Cast on 32 stitches.

                        Row 1:       Purl.

                        Row 2:       K 6, K into back of next stitch,
                                     [yo, K1, Slip 1, K2tog, psso , K1, yo, K1] four times, K1.

                        These two rows form the pattern. Repeat until all three balls of yarn
                        have been used, or until the scarf is the desired length, ending on a
                        right side row.

                        Cast off 26 stitches purlwise (6 stitches remain).



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                 Make Fringe

                 Slip the remaining stitches off the needles and carefully unravel six
                 stitches from each row along the side of the knitted piece.

                 We recommend unravelling two rows at a time (as they will be one
                 “loop” of yarn) and tying a knot at the knit edge of each loop as you
                 go.

                 This will take a little time but the effect is well worth the wait. We
                 promise.




                 Plain Scarf:

                 Cast on 31 stitches.

                 Row 1: Purl.

                 Row 2: K 1, [yo, K1, Slip 1, K2tog, psso , K1, yo, K1] 5 times.

                 These two rows form the pattern. Repeat until all three balls of yarn have
                 been used, or until the scarf is the desired length, ending on a right side
                 row.

                 Cast off all stitches purlwise.


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