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Elliston Scarf by Jane Richmond

For years and years I was a scarf gal. I knit and wore super long scarves, double wrapped around my neck, and always with fringe! Then I discovered cowls, and for years it was all about cowls. Last year I lived in my Garter Gaiter and the year before that it was my DK weight Annie.

This year, for whatever reason, I've been reaching for my scarves again. Maybe I like the way they look with my new boots, or it's possible I've secretly missed the fringe, or could it be that I love how the ends hang down and add extra insulation inside my winter coat? Whatever the reason, it lead me to a new design--an extra squishy, super bulky, incredibly fast knit with soft fluffy fringe!

In fact this knit is so fast, it can be completed in a weekend! If you have anyone on your last minute knit-list, why not whip up an Elliston Scarf! And to make it even easier to put an Elliston Scarf under the tree (or maybe gift the pattern to a special knitting friend, or to yourself?!)...

From now until Christmas get the Elliston Scarf at 50% off!!!

Simply enter code MerryChristmas at check out when you purchase the pattern from my website or Ravelry! HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

Elliston Scarf knitting pattern by Jane Richmond 


3 x balls Loops & Threads Cozy Wool (50% acrylic/50%wool, 90yds/82m per 4.5oz ball), shown in Moss {super bulky}

12mm/US17 needles

13.25 sts and 11.5 rows = 4in/10cm in patt (unstretched)

Finished Measurements
8.25ft/2.5m long (with tassels) x 5.75in/14.5cm wide

You can purchase the pattern via RAVELRY or through my ETSY shop.

Happy Knitting!

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