This pattern is inspired by examples of Viking-Style tablet weaving fabrics. Vikings produced beautiful fabrics by this method which they used to decorate their clothes, used as belts and as headbands. This scarf is a stylized cable pattern similar to a common motif found in Viking tablet weaving.
Individual Pattern Price: $5.00
This pattern is also available in the Northern Landscapes, part 2 collection.
Skill Level: Intermediate
Yarn: 705 (900) yards/645 (822) meters of wool DK weight yarn that knits up to 5 sts/inch.
Bare Naked Wools ‘Kent DK’, (300 yards/274 meters; 60% Merino wool, 40% Romney wool; 4.0 oz/115 grams per skein). 3 skeins in White Sand, size long and 2 Wild, Wild Wool fake fur pompoms 2”/5 cm, olive.
Needle: US #6/4.0 mm needle or size to obtain gauge.
Finished Size (blocked): 8.5”/21.59 cm wide by 57.25 (88.25)”/145.42 (223.52) cm long
- Cable needle (2)
- Pompoms, fake fur 2”/5 cm (2) – optional
- Glow line tape (to mark current row on charts/instructions).
- Fine cotton thread in contrasting colour for life-lines
- Tapestry needle
- Working with cables
- Working with charts
- Working an icord
- Increasing and decreasing
Pattern is 11 pages.
Photographer: Shawn Miller, Distractions in Focus
Tech Editor: Jenn Wisbeck
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