Another month, another pattern has been released πŸ™‚

I hope you like the Mystic River just as much as I do!

Mystic River Scarf is perfect for that skein of self-striping
yarn that you fell in love with, but then it never told you what
it wanted to be. The pattern includes instructions for a short
or a long cowl or a scarf and the pattern can easily be adjusted
in width and length.
Many thanks to my tech editor Michelle Hazell and my testknitters
AaseE, andrea73, chicco, selana and sandy-in-thesun.
Any remaining mistakes are mine.

Size:
Short Cowl: 19 cm [7.5”] wide, 66 cm [26”]
around
Long Cowl: 19 cm [7.5”] wide, 112 cm [44”]
around
Scarf: 19 cm [7.5”] wide, about 180 cm [71”]
long
Width and length are easily adjustable

Blocked Gauge:
24 sts and 29 rows = 10 cm [4”] in pattern

Materials:
Schoppel-Wolle Zauberball StΓ€rke 6, (400
m [437 yd], 150 g [5.29 oz], 75 % wool, 25
% nylon), 1 ball in color Der Lenz ist da
or 150 (255, 400) m [165 (280, 437) yd]
sport weight yarn of your choice for a short
cowl (long cowl, scarf)
2.75 mm needles, or a needle size that
gives you a fabric you like

Gauge is not vital for this project, but it will
affect the yardage and the size of the FO.

Skills Needed:
Simple lace knitting
Kitchener Stitch or 3-Needle-Bind-Off
(optional)

Mystic River 2.JPG

The English pattern is available on Ravelry, Craftsy, Patternfish (soon) and Loveknitting (soon).

The German pattern is exlusively available at Kuschelfein Maschendesign, either just the pattern or as a kit.

There will be a KAL starting on April 1st in the Kuschelfein Maschendesign Facebook group, I hope to see you there πŸ™‚

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