This scarf is knitted in Linen Stitch, using 3-ply yarn that runs 600m per 100 gr.
The pattern offers 2 sizes.
The sample in the picture is the small size, which has a wingspan of 135cm/53in and a drop of 33cm/13in and takes approx. 510m of yarn.
The large size has a wingspan of 162cm/64in and a drop of approx. 40cm/16in and takes approx. 850m of yarn.
The pattern can be purchased separately HERE.
The yarn/colour options shown offer the choice of either Linen or Soliloquy yarn bases and either 100gr or 150gr yarn quantities. The colour options containing 150gr have their weight listed in their description. They contain 900m of yarn, which is enough to knit either size. All others are 100gr kits, containing 600m of yarn which is enough to knit the smaller size only.
There will be video demonstrations of knitting Linen Stitch and how to make a tassel on my YouTube Channel before the end of November.
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