So, I am starting a series of blogposts with some great ideas for this year's Autumn and Winter knits, starting with one of Anna's wonderfully colourful designs, her Autumn Scarf. I love Anna's sense of colour – she brings such a fun element to all of her knitting patterns and the Autumn Scarf is no exception.
The scarf measures 150cm/60 ins long so is a great length for either draping round the neck or wrapping once or twice around for extra warmth. If you’d like to read an earlier blogpost all about scarf lengths, then please click here.
It is a beautifully flat stitch so is a great choice for a scarf such as the Autumn Scarf. It does need to be worked at a consistent tension to look really neat but is easy to work and gives a lovely warm finish.
If you would like to see more details about Anna's Autumn Scarf pattern, then please click here, and for more information about our new Reversible Knitting Stitches book, then please click here.
Next time I will be looking at another of Anna's scarves, but this time one with a cozy hood attached!
Until then – Happy Autumn Knitting!
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