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Peacock Jewel Scarf


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All it takes is one glance at this light and feminine scarf, and you'll know why our reader's selected it as one of their favorite patterns on Facebook. Created with two strands of contrasting yarn, the Peacock Jewel Scarf has a gorgeous texture and incredible visual depth. This scarf is best for intermediate level knitters and includes a lace chart along with written instructions.

Peacock Jewel Scarf
Peacock Jewel Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Absolutely charming, it will be my next project for certain

This garment is beautiful - I love the dark aqua shade (on my computer) and how it can be used as a shawl or as a very exciting neck scarf. Love how the tail ends of the neck scarf fan out to look kind of like a peacock. The mohair mix is one of my favorites, too. Nice job!

Neat. Thanks.

I just found this pattern and am excited to print out the instructions, buy the yarn and get started. Thank you

Very beautiful scarf. Can be used many ways.


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