a very easy knitting pattern designed by Sue Burke for our Romney yarn, this is perfect when you want some warmth around your neck without the bulk of a longer scarf. It rolls or folds up nicely to tuck into a pocket or bag so it’s especially great for travel. The stitch is sometimes called a "mistake rib," with wide and deep rounded ribs that fold softly at the neck—quick to knit and a very nice gift.
Yarn: one skein Solitude semi-worsted spun Romney, aran weight
Sizes: one size fits all
Skills: knitting, purling, simple crochet chain stitch
Level of difficulty: easy
Needles: Size 8 (US) / 5 mm straight needles; size G / 6 or 7 mm crochet hook
designed by Sue Burke
We are two Loudoun County, Virginia shepherds who love wool. We hand select fleeces from small farms in the Chesapeake watershed region to create
really great yarn and roving. Imagine different grapes making really different wines...wool is like that. Different types of wool are wonderful
for different end uses. We hope you find a wool you love, or maybe one that surprises you.