What a lovely bunch we are! Even though the temperatures have been downright nasty, our Wednesday group is such a great lot of supportive, cheerful people! Today's session was really great - lots of sharing and laughter. We have agreed to use whatever we need to for our foundations for the Kaipara pieces - drainpipes, etc are proving difficult to source - apparently there is a lot of excellent recycling of pvc pipe offcuts in the building trade - great stuff.
Anyway, we seem to have at least 2 themes happening - we will be making a bit of an enchanted garden, and also something to reflect our local areas.
There is also the opportunity for artists to make items for the Estuary Art Centre's next exhibition, NZ made - see their website for more information: http://www.estuaryarts.org/
Keep up the good work. :)
Irish Hiking Scarf pattern
approx. 350 yards of worsted weight yarn
size 8 US needles and a cable needle or one double pointed needle
(Feel free to use chubbier yarn and/or larger needles to make a giant scarf. It will look just as lovely!)
Finished size, approx. 5 ½” x 55”
Cast on 42 stitches.
Row 1. (WS) K2, P2, K2, P6, K2, P2, K2, P6, K2, P2, K2, P6, K2, P2, K2
Row 2. (RS) K4, P2, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, P2, K2, P2, K6, P2, K4
Row 3. (WS) repeat row 1
Row 4. (RS) repeat row 2
Row 5. (WS) repeat row 1.
Row 6. (RS) repeat row 2.
Row 7. (WS) repeat row 1.
Row 8. (RS) K4, P2, C6F, P2, K2, P2, C6F, P2, K2, P2, C6F, P2, K4
Repeat these rows to desired length, ending on row 7. Bind off.
C6F = Slip 3 sts. onto a cable needle and hold to front of work. K3, then K the 3 sts. off cable needle.
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