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Textured Cotton Scarf

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$ 32.00 USD
$ 32.00 USD (includes pattern download)

 Textured Cotton Scarf

Designed by Emma Rhodes. Woven by Elizabeth Springett.

A scarf for all seasons and all skill levels woven with Mallo Cotton Slub. This monochromatic project accentuates the natural texture of the yarn. Order a kit.


  • Rigid heddle loom (Read about adapting rigid heddle patterns for multi-shaft looms here.) 
  • 12 / 12.5 dent reed
  • One boat shuttle or stick shuttle
  • One bobbins (for boat shuttle only)


Warp: Mallo Cotton Slub, 380 yds Natural.

Weft: Mallo Cotton Slub, 330 yds Natural.


  • 12" weaving width
  • 12 EPI
  • 12 PPI
  • One scarf, 10” W x 64” L

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
Lisa Metzdorf
My first project

This was my first project.
It was easy to make.
The material the pattern called for made up beautifully.
I will make it again

Deb Machiran
Nice texture

This was a quick and pleasant weave.
However I think when I make another I will use a 10 dent heddle. It seems quite close together using the suggested 12 dent.

Verity Keniger
Great beginner pattern!

This was my first foray on my rigid heddle and I am very happy with result (if I do say do myself). I doubled the width - the pattern was easy to adapt.

Bernice G
Beautiful, easy and well articulated pattern

I am a brand new weaver and needed a place to start. I found this pattern on the Gist website. It is so nice that it is offered free. But it is not cheap because it is free. It is well written and easy to follow. I also love the Cotton Mallo thread from Gist that I used to make the project. Strong yet soft and such an interesting texture. Thanks Gist!

Kate A.
Beautiful Scarf

I made this scarf in Lichen- it came out great! I’m a new weaver and this was only my second project. I thought the Lichen color would be spring-like but I agree with another comment that it is a bit heavy for spring/summer. I also had to do a little digging to discover that there was a revised instruction sheet- I had originally downloaded the original one.