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Kiri Knitting Pattern

Kiri

Designer: Sarah Hazell

Whip up Sarah Hazell's chunky cabled scarf in a weekend and say goodbye to Autumn chills!

You can never have too many scarves and this warm, chunky number is perfect protection against the cold. Accessories are great for this time of year as they keep you snug but can still be worn with a lighter jacket. Our Kiri scarf is knitted in a sumptuously soft wool and mohair blend and features a lacy cabled motif.

Kiri

Using 7mm needles, cast on 52 sts
[] Set up row (WS): k
[] Row 1 (RS): (k12, p2, k4, p2) twice, k12
[] Row 2 and all foll alt rows: (p12, k2, p4, k2) twice, p12
[] Row 3: (C8F, k4, p2, k1, k2tog, yfwd, k1, p2) twice, C8F, k4
[] Row 5: (k12, p2, k1, yfwd, sl 1, k1, psso, k1, p2) twice, k12
[] Row 7: (k12, p2, k1, k2tog, yfwd, k1, p2) twice, k12
[] Row 9: (k4, C8B, p2, k1, yfwd, sl 1, k1, psso, k1, p2) twice, k4, C8B
[] Row 11: as Row 7
[] Row 13: as Row 5
[] Row 14: as Row 2 Rows 3-14 form patt
[] Work in patt until work meas approx 170cm ending with a Row 14
[] Cast off in patt

To make up

Weave in any loose ends and press very lightly if necessary, taking care not to disturb cables.

Rowan Cocoon is a wonderfully warm blend of 80% merino wool and 20% kid mohair. It is soft to the touch and has a gentle fluffy halo. As it is made from purely natural fibres it should be washed by hand to avoid risk of felting. Choose from 18 colourways including bright and natural shades.

Kiri: 22cm wide x 170cm long

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