Eve Fishtail Scarf in West Yorkshire Spinners Exquisite 4 Ply
Knit up this elegant fishtail scarf designed by Chloe Elizabeth Birch. This pattern uses the new yarn in West Yorkshire Spinners which is Exquisite 4 Ply, this luxurious yarn is blended from the finest Falkland Islands Wool with Mulberry Silk to create a supremely soft 4 ply yarn.
Size: 21cm (width) x 142cm (length)
This kit contains:
- 1 x West Yorkshire Spinners Exquisite 4 Ply - Bayswater (318)
- 1 x Digital Pattern
You will also require a pair of 3mm and 3.25mm knitting needles.
Please note: If you would like different colour options to the specified kit colour option, you will have to purchase this separately from the individual yarn page.
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Yarn weight: 4 Ply | Sport (2) | 5 Ply
Length: 400m | 437yds
Needle Size: 1 pair of 3mm (UK11 | US2) abd 3,25mm (UK10 | US3) knitting needle
Ball weight: 100g | 3.5oz
Tension: 28 sts and 36 rows to 10cm measured over lace pattern on 3.25mm needles
Fibre: 80% Falkland Wool 20% Mulberry Silk
Care Instructions: Hand Wash. Do not spin. Do Not Tumble Dry. Do not bleach. Do not Iron. Reshape whilst damp. Dry flat.
Format: Yarn & Digital Pattern
Pattern For: Women
This is a lovely scarf pattern I've knit 2 now as my sister wanted one.Its very soft and delicate and a lovely colour.you wont be disappointed.
Just finished this and it’s a lovely soft yarn, beautiful colour and easy pattern. The only issue I have is that it doesn’t feel long enough. I would knit pattern again but purchase 2 balls of the wool.
I haven't used the pattern yet but it looks fine.
Unfortunately I thought I was buying from an Australian or New Zealand site. However my goods have not arrived and had I known they were coming from the UK I would not have ordered as it seems so trivial in the current crisis.