FO: Forest Canopy Scarf

FO: Forest Canopy Scarf

Erm … Mum? Hi! How ya doin’?  You don’t normally read my blog, but just in case you’re here out of boredom or for whatever reason, erm … can I kindly suggest that you sling your hook?  Thanks!  Love you!

Now, for everyone else …

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fcs6Pattern: (name, author, source) Forest Canopy Shawl by Susan Pierce Lawrence, from I’m Knitting as Fast as I Can [My Ravelry Project Page]
Size(s): (to fit, finished size) Top edge 33.5 inches/85 cm, edge to point 15.75 inches/40 cm
Yarn: (name, fibre, weight, colour) Socks That Fit Some Assembly Required Superwash in Kiwi Tonal,100% merino wool, fingering/sock weight, approx. 140 yds/130 m
Needles: (size, material, style) 5 mm aluminium circular (for flat knitting)
Knitting style: (for stitch patterns) Combination
Modifications: Knit fewer repeats of the main pattern to make a scarf, substituted the DK-weight yarn for a fingering weight.
Notes:

Fantastic pattern; really well written and simple.  I struggled to work the set-up rows, but once I got into the rhythm, it was great.

My mum usually wears a long Pashmina-type scarf which conviniantly drapes itself into everything.  This scarf is a present so she no longer has to suffer from Pashmina-flavoured potatoes.

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