A scarf for all seasons and all skill levels woven with Mallo Cotton Slub.
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Warp & Weft:2 cones of Mallo Cotton Slub (1/2 lb cones, 1,500 yd/lb)
1. Warp the loom using your preferred method (direct or indirect) with a total of 168 warp ends, 3.5 yards long. Center for a weaving width of 14" and sley 1 end per hole and slot in a 12 dent heddle on a rigid heddle loom. If you are using a multi-shaft loom, tread for plain weave and sley 1 end per dent in a 12 dent reed.
2. Begin and end your scarf by hemstitching in groups of 6 threads. Weave until your scarf measures approximately 75" long in loom under tension. Aim for a balanced weave with 12 picks per inch.
3. Machine wash cold and air dry, or tumble dry low if you prefer. Press warm with lots of steam. Trim fringe to 2" or both sides.