Jodie Scarf

A close up picture of Jodie Scarf.
Photo © Kath Andrews
Photo © Kath Andrews

Named in honour of Jodie Whittaker who plays the current Doctor Who – I can easily imagine her wearing this slip stitch scarf!

The scarf is worked in blocks of slip stitch patterns that change colour order to give a varied and interesting effect. 

Suggested Yarn: John Arbon Knit by Numbers DK (100% merino wool 250m/100g); 1 (*see Note) skein each of 3 colours: KBN73 (A), KBN70 (B) & KBN92 (C)

Note on yardage: My colour scheme uses: A – 232.5m/93g, B – 245m/98g, C – 185m/74g 
My colour scheme uses most of A and nearly all of B; You may well need a second skein unless you wish to shorten the length.

Needles: 4mm (US 6), straight or circular

Gauge: 10cm = 24.5 sts x 20 rows over st-st

Notions: Tapestry needle

Size with 7 Blocks: 232cm x 20.5cm – length can be altered by removing or adding blocks (approx. 30cm long each)

Language: English

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