Oswald Scarf Kit – Florence Spurling
We now offer handy kits of this pattern. All kits include enough yarn to make this scarf, along with a limited edition button badge and a fab project bag to keep it all safe. Happy knitting!
The incredible Oswald Scarf is designed by Florence Spurling of Florence Spurling Studio. Click here if you’d like to buy the pattern. Plus, Florence is kindly offering our folks 15% off the pattern until the end of December 2022! Simply use the code OSWALD at checkout on her website, or on Ravelry.
The Oswald Scarf is a truly a beautiful and unique pattern, featuring a fantastic woven-effect motif. Knit up in squishy Yarnadelic Worsted – this beauty will fly off the needles.
John Arbon Textiles, Yarnadelic Worsted.
The kit includes enough yarn to make the Oswald Scarf in the colour combo of your choice, using 2 large 100g skeins and a mini, and 3 contrasting 100g skeins. The pattern is sold separately.
Oswald is a wondrously generous sized scarf featuring a two-colour checked pattern knitted with the intarsia method. Inspired by woven fabrics, the ‘wrong side’ of the intarsia join is displayed to give the impression of top stitching on a tailored garment. Blocks of squishy moss stitch are integrated into the checked pattern, adding texture and dimension. Once the scarf is knitted, multiple strands of yarn are interlaced through the outside edges of each moss stitch block, which are then trimmed to create a fab fringe. Yarnadelic Worsted gives this scarf crisp stitch definition and contrast.
You’ll find the pattern from Florence herself here.
Length: 204.5cm / 80.5”
Width: 40cm / 15.75”
The scarf is worked flat in one piece, from tip-to-tip.
20 sts and 30 rows = 10cm / 4” in texture (mix of stockinette and moss stitch), after blocking
4mm / US 6, 82cm/ 32 inch circular needle