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Jefferson Scarf

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

This beautiful scarf is the third in a series of three lacy scarves. The Jefferson Scarf was inspired by the picturesque landscape of Montana, and is sure to impress. This gorgeous knit scarf pattern is lacy, light-weight, and has a deep cranberry perfect for fall. We love this scarf paired with delicate jewelry and a light, airy dress. It's perfect for a breezy afternoon outdoors enjoying the changing seasons. If you like the Jefferson Scarf, be sure to check out the Gallatin and Madison Scarf as well.


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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This is a pretty scarf. The instructions looks fairly simple. I like the fact that it has two stitch patterns. That gives it more detail. I can see doing this scarf in to different colors or a solid and a variegated color. Lots of variety. Thank you for the pattern.

No problem in printing the pattern. I have now made all of her scarves. Super easy.

May I comment? The photographs were very well taken and the items to knit are very appealing. However, after trying to print out with great difficulty, wasting paper too, I had to give up. It is simply too complicated. The font is not easy to read, so I hope that in future problems in printing can be resolved way for knittres with no techncial support, thank you. With apologies. A. N.

Your lack of slkills with a computer and a printer can hardly be the fault of this web site. As long as you have the skills to use the computer and printer, there is no difficulty in printing and no technical support required. If you need help, just ask, its not necessary to make negative comments here that will under mind other knitters to this site.


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