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Brushed Mohair Shawl with Tassels

Brushed Mohair Shawl with Tassels

Approximate size: 54 inches wide, 38 inches long at longest point (measurements do not include tassel)

2 skeins of Three Waters Farm Brushed Mohair yarn, 250 skeins each.

Size 11 needle

CO 4 stitches.

Row 1: Knit 2, yarn over, knit to end of row.

Row 2: Knit 2, yarn over, knit to end of row.

Continue in this manner until you have knit one skein. Before beginning second skein, make 3 tassels and set aside. Attach new leader, and continue knitting as before, knitting until shawl is approximately 54 inches wide.

Bind off loosely. (It is helpful to bind off with a larger needle to keep it loose. We used a size 15 needle.)

Enjoy!

 

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Brushed Mohair Boucle Shawl/Scarf

Brushed Mohair Boucle Shawl/Scarf

Approximately 14 inches wide and 70 inches long

One skein Three Waters Farm Brushed Mohair Boucle, 250 yards
One skein Three Waters Farm Brushed Mohair, 250 yards

Size 11 needle

CO 34 stitches with the Brushed Mohair Boucle.
Knit 2 rows.
Switch to Brushed Mohair yarn.

*Knit 1 row, double wrapping each stitch
Knit 1 row, knitting into one wrap and letting the other wrap drop.

Switch back to Brushed Mohair Boucle yarn.
Knit 2 rows.*

Repeat from * to * until shawl/scarf is your desired length.

Knit two rows Boucle; bind off in Boucle

Behold!

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Superlong Scarf Wrap

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SUPERLONG SCARF WRAP
Materials:  One Three Waters Farm Superfluity Kit
Size 15 circular needle (24 inch or longer)

Every row is a knit row.  (Garter stitch)

Loosely CO 100 stitches with the worsted weight yarn or the Thick n’ Thin yarn. Knit one row. At beginning of next row, cut the old yarn, leaving an 8 inch tail.  Tie new yarn (whichever color/type you prefer) to old yarn and snug the knot.  Knit one row.

Use yarns interchangeably until you reach your desired size, keeping in mind that, due to the difference in yardage between the yarns, you will need to use some yarns more sparingly than others.

Continue in this way, changing yarn every row until the scarf/wrap is the width you want. Bind off loosely. Behold!

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