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Gallatin Scarf

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

Go boho with the Gallatin Scarf. This beautiful lace knit scarf pattern is delicate, soft, and makes a great accessory for summer music festivals or artsy autumn gatherings. The pattern is light enough to stay cool and breezy during a summer afternoon, but offers just enough warmth after the sun goes down. This rustic looking scarf would go great with delicate, antique jewelry or a casual cotton tank top. Knit one for yourself or your favorite boho buddy today.


Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love this website, kriscrafter, but cannot get to grips with the latest technology and sadly must leave it well alone. My computer may need upgrading but I hav eno expert on hand to show me how to even send a comment via Blogger or whatever as it is beyond my comprehension. Please could someone make websites user-friendlly for people like myself. Is there an address as a last resort, I am serious and I share her passion for knitting in my "retirement". I have no wish to appear critical but the older generation to which I subscribe may need technical help. I am actually very frustrated about this and hope you can help me. Thank you.

Sorry to hear you are having trouble-it may be your computer and not your skills, because this web site is quite user friendly-my 101 year old grandmother is on here all the time and loves it. I knew when I showed her the web site and created a shot cut for her that I might b creating a monster! lol where the "click here for pattern" shows on your screen, you just click there and it will take you to the web site that actually has the pattern-from there you can do what you like, review it, copy it down or print it. You don't need to know how to send a comment to a blog or anything, you jsut have to be able to point and click. Hope this helps. Happy retirement and knitting.

This is the yummiest, easiest, fastest scarf pattern. I will be making many of these! I used a cotton blend yarn like she did and it is awesome.

I love the looks of your scarfs, I like scarfs that come to a point. Also, I like the lace look. The only trouble I don't know how to down-load your patterns. Please help!

Have tried the link. Have tried the little arrow that is actually in the upper left of the window on both of my browsers. Nothing allows me to download or print a complete pattern. Very frustrating. Lovely pattern. Not so lovely download set-up,

Once you click on the little arrow it should bring it up to full page. There will be an option that says "File" in the upper left corner. If you click file you can then see the option to print, download, etc. Works fine for me. This is my all time favorite of her scarf patterns. Worst case senario, the pattern is right there in the body of the post, just copy and paste it into a word document. Hope this helps.

I'm unable to download or print the pattern. There must be an easier way to set these up. I've tried the link as well. Want so badly to download and try! try clicking on this site to get to the free pattern, or copy and paste

When I want to download this pattern I am sent to a website that wants to force me to download a pdf to doc bar and then that only lets me translate when uploading. How do I get this pattern in pdf format through my normal program? I so want to try this pattern and am being hampered by this stupid, unnecessary program click on this or copy and paste it should lead you straight to the pattern, so far it has so easy to follow pattern


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