Knit me a River

I made this for rest and relaxation...though it didn't offer much as I decided to make a last minute Chritmas present for my daughter-in-law, so time constrained myself! Finished knitting on Christmas Eve with just the ends tp sew in. Thankfully it doesn't need blocking

Created by: Susan@Hollygrove

  • Project Details

    About

    Having been challenged by the tiny knitting needles and small work in Bitsy Mitts, I needed something on larger pins and easy evening knitting. I still craved some challenge,and remembered this Purl Soho free pattern and lovely yarn from my stash.

    This is knitting up well, the pattern is simple enough to be relaxing and difficult enough to be interesting. I think it would make a good project for someone relatively new to knitting and wanting to try cabling - more fun than a garter stitch or k1 p1 rib scarf.

    Pattern

    Reversible Rivulet Scarf

    This pattern can be found here:
    www.purlsoho.com

    Needles & Hooks

    • Single Point 5.50mm (US 9) 35cm

    Accessories

    • Cable Needle
    • Tapestry Needle

    Measurements

    Notes: 8" wide x 70" long

    Tags

    • Scarves
    • Men
    • Women

    Craft

    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Dec 13, 2017 Finished on: Dec 24, 2017
  • Comments

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    6 Comments

    • Jeanne N

      This is a beautiful pattern. Where can I buy it?
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      • Marilyn R

        It is on Ravelry--free
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      • Susan@Hollygrove

        Correze

        Hi Jeanne. I got the pattern from the Purl Soho site here: https://www.purlsoho.com/create/2015/03/20/reversible-rivulet-scarf/
        It's just one of a number of lovely free patterns on this site...and it's fully reversible too!
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    • Susan@Hollygrove

      Correze

      I'm back working on this now having finished the Dancing Feet and Site Survey Socks projects. Madly knitting to get it finished for a Christmas present...fortunately I don't think it will require blocking.
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    • Alison B

      Portsoy

      Beautiful scarf,lovely colour too :)
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      • Susan@Hollygrove

        Correze

        Thank you Alison. It's working up well. MillaMia yarn has such a lovely texture.
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