Honey Scarf Pattern


This single pattern is available as a download.

For this pattern I used:

Yarn & Amounts: Seven 50g balls of Soft Donegal (100% Merino Wool, 63m/68yds per 50g)

Metres: 440m/481yds.

Needles: 6mm.

Notions: Cable needle.

Tension: 22 stitches and 21 rows to 10cm/4ins square over honeycomb using 6mm needles.

Measurements: 22cm wide by approx. 175cm.

My design ideas and advice: This scarf is perfect for men or women, in fact I designed it for the gentlemen. I designed this years ago and like many knitters it was on my needles for a couple of years before I finished it and that happened in a week! I am asked many times how long it takes to knit something or how long does it take me to knit something. For this scarf it took me about 2 years to knit 4 balls and one week to knit 3 balls! However that obviously doesn’t represent actual knitting time as most of those 2 years it was in a bag waiting to be picked up and knitted!

Blog Post: I’ve written about the Honey Scarf click here to read!
I also wrote more about the scarf and the yarn I’ve used click here to read about it.

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