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Textured Scarf


£19.00

COLOUR OPTIONS

  • Camel
    Camel
  • Charcoal
    Charcoal
  • Chestnut
    Chestnut
  • Cocoa
    Cocoa
  • Cream
    Cream
  • Fudge
    Fudge
  • Mushroom
    Mushroom
  • Oatmeal
    Oatmeal
  • Shale
    Shale
  • Silver
    Silver
  • Steel
    Steel
  • Stone
    Stone
  • Pom Pom BLACK
    Pom Pom BLACK
  • Pom Pom CAMEL
    Pom Pom CAMEL
  • Pom Pom COCOA
    Pom Pom COCOA
  • Pom Pom CREAM
    Pom Pom CREAM
  • Pom Pom SILVER
    Pom Pom SILVER
  • Pom Pom STONE
    Pom Pom STONE
A refreshing design that plays with simple knit and purl stitches.

TOFT's pure wool range is seriously luxurious, spun in Yorkshire from only the finest handpicked fleeces to ensure a very soft and silky yarn with a wonderful lustre and handle. Our TOFT wool yarns are spun to ensure they have great loft that holds knitting and crochet texture really well and has the perfect twist to ensure a soft handling fabric that washes very well. Our pure wool yarns are versatile and can be used for most knitting and crochet patterns creating wonderful amigurumi toys, garments and a full range of accessories.

THIS KIT CONTAINS: 100g of TOFT's luxury DK Yarn in a colour of your choice (shown here in Cream). You can choose to add two of our Alpaca Fur pom poms, shown here in Cream. This pattern is provided digitally in .pdf format.

YOU WILL NEED: 6.5mm circular needles (60cm).

SKILL LEVEL: 1 – Complete beginner.

VITAL STATS: Scarf measures approx. 160 x 17cm when flat after washing and blocking.

IT WILL TAKE: Approx. 1-5 hrs knitting time.

COLOUR CHOICES: This pattern is shown here in Cream.

HOW TO RETRIEVE YOUR DIGITAL PDF PATTERN: You can download your pattern from a link that will appear in your “MY TOFT” area and at the bottom of your order confirmation email, which you can save or print at your own convenience.

NOTE: Alpacas are not killed for their fur. The alpaca fur products stocked by TOFT are made from the skins of young alpacas which have unfortunately died through natural causes in Peru. Alpaca pelts are purchased from indigenous farmers and used to create items such as these alpaca fur pom poms. We feel that alpaca fur, when sourced in this way, is an ethical fur product as the alpacas are not harmed to any demand and the farmer gets a monetary return on the loss of income cause by the death of one of the herd.

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