A simple cowl that’s quick and easy to make. It features a basic zigzag motif that uses the stranded colourwork technique, perfect for practicing the method.
Knit in the round, with both sides using the same repeat, these mittens can be worn on either hand. The thumb mimics the shaping of the fingertips at a perpendicular angle, not as a traditional peasant’s thumb, giving a more ergonomic fit.
From the Italian word farfalla, meaning butterfly, this scarf is inspired by the pasta shaped bow-ties. Knitted in two 'wing' pieces from the edge to the centre, these are then joined to for the iconic shape.
Falkland Gansey Scarf
This Scarf uses an aran weight yarn of pure Falkland Merino and combines some of the original motifs; marriage lines, cable and double moss.
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