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Cuthbert Scarf by Francesca Hughes

Cuthbert Scarf by Francesca Hughes

This scarf is one of the four patterns in The Annual. Click here to order your copy. 

Yarn 
Gradient version
 
Knit by Numbers, mini skeins (4ply; 100m per 25g) 
CC: 094; 1 x 25g skein 
MC1: 110; 2 x 25g skeins 
MC2: 112; 2 x 25g skeins 
MC3: 114; 1 x 25g skein 
MC4: 111; 1 x 25g skein 
MC5: 113; 1 x 25g skein 
MC6: 115; 1 x 25g skein

Two-colour version 
Harvest Hues (4ply / fingering weight; 400m per 100g) 
MC: Blue Spruce; 2 x 100g skeins 
CC: New Leaf; 1 x 100g skein

Finished Measurements 
A - Width: 30.5cm / 12” 
B - Length: 206cm / 81” 
See schematic

Gauge 
23 sts x 36 rows = 10cm / 4” measured over garter stitch after blocking

Needles & Notions 
4mm (UK 8 / US 6) knitting needles suitable for working flat 
Always use a needle size that results in the correct gauge after blocking. 
2 stitch markers 
Cable needle (optional) 
Darning needle

Pattern Notes 
If working the two-colour version, use the same MC throughout. If working the gradient version, then use all six shades of one KBN gradient (MC1 through MC6), paired with a contrasting shade.

This scarf is one of the four patterns in The Annual. Click here to order your copy. 


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