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Twisted Roots Scarf MAL

Twisted Roots Scarf MAL

Every year, one of the most popular resolutions is to take more time to do the things we love. To help crafters keep this promise to themselves and to continue to offer everyone plenty of inspiration again this year, Scheepjes is hosting a wintery Make-A-Long featuring the knitted Twisted Roots Scarf. This lovely dual-texture cabled scarf is designed by Scheepjes Blogger Tammy Canavan-Soldaat of Canadutch and can be found in Scheepjes' YARN Bookazine 10 - The Colour Issue.

The Twisted Roots MAL will be held from 6 January to 27 January 2021 in the Official Scheepjes Facebook groups. This project is perfect for adventurous beginners to learn new skills and gain confidence in their knitting abilities, with just the right balance of fun and relaxation for the more experienced knitters to enjoy as well. They won’t be doing it alone, of course. With the help of the designer, the highly skilled Facebook mods & admins and the worldwide Scheepjes community in the International and Dutch Facebook Group (almost 110,000 members in total!), we have no doubt that everyone will have all the support and encouragement they need to create a scarf of their own!

Materials

To participate in the Twisted Roots Scarf MAL, each participant needs 3 balls of Scheepjes Our Tribe in one of the 38 breathtakingly beautiful colourways. In addition, each participant requires a copy of YARN Bookazine 10 - The Colour Issue in Dutch or English (UK terminology) which includes the full Twisted Roots Scarf pattern together with 15 other beautiful knit and crochet designs to explore and enjoy!

  • Scheepjes Our Tribe (70% Superwash Merino Wool, 30% Polyamide; 100g/420m)
    3 balls, e.g. in colour 968 Happy in Red (red scarf) or 975 Canadutch (blue scarf)
  • 4mm knitting needles
  • Cable needle
  • Stitch markers (optional)
  • Blocking materials
  • A copy of YARN Bookazine 10 – The Colour Issue

More information is available on Tammy's blog: Canadutch.

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