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Alexandra's Airplane Scarf Pattern

Alexandra's Airplane Scarf Pattern

“Traveling joyfully.”

Our models at the Bainbridge Island ferry dock are warm and stylish in an Alexandra's Airplane Scarf.

Alexandra Dane, a Boston-based author and long-time Churchmouse friend, stopped by one day wearing a scarf that turned our heads. We just had to make it a pattern to share! Thanks, Alex! We also added instructions for placing beads and made a web page for the Beaded version. 

ou'll find that it's a perfect airplane project—both to knit and to wear en route! It's just the kind of thing we lovesimple, simple, simple, and all about the color!

Approx. 13"/33cm across (26"/66cm circumference) by 60"/152cm long, after blocking.

4 skeins Rowan Kidsilk Haze (229 yds/210m each). Plain version in color 632 Hurricane; beaded version shown at left in color 658 Fudge.
Or approx. 916 yds/838m of an equivalent lace-weight mohair yarn.

US 8 (5mm) 16-24"/40-60cm circular needles, or size to obtain gauge.
Darning needle to finish.
Blocking wires and/or pins, steam iron and press cloth, for blocking.
Beaded version only: 156 size 8 seed beads (or number desired); US 10/1.15mm steel crochet hook./

Approx. 18 sts/25 rows = 4"/10cm in stockinette stitch worked in the round, after blocking.

To wear as a cowl, reach inside and pull one end through to meet the other; slip over your head.

Digital Alexandra's Airplane Scarf pattern. (Download)

Printed Alexandra's Airplane Scarf pattern. (Requires shipping.)





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