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Gurie Jabot Scarf

By: Project and Images Courtesy of Berroco

Knit scarf patterns are more than just winter accessories designed for warmth; they also have a fashionable side! This Gurie Jabot Scarf from Berroco is a great example of a fun, fashionable scarf. Yarn-overs and slipped stitches combine to create a stunning textural piece of knitted fabric that's lightweight and perfect for flaunting during the summer!

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Knitting Needle Size9 or 5.5 mm

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

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What the what? I can't download the pattern...(

Oh dear! Thanks for pointing out the broken download I've changed the link to be a direct link to the pattern's website, so you can get the pattern right from the site's page. It should work now, but let me know if you have any other problems!

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why is this called "Downton Abbey scarf?"

I love this pattern although I have ripped it out over ten times and started over. Now just when I think I am getting somewhere the pattern throws me for a "loop" pardon the pun. The part that I am having trouble with is the "with yarn in front, slip 1 drop double yarn over; repeat 13 times to make 13 elongated stitches." I am discombobulated with this stitch pattern. Help!!!!

Goodness! I was planning to try this, but with no one to explain the tough parts, I guess I won't. Thatis why I think your comment was helpful. Saved me a lot of tears

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