Luxury Scarf Duo
Designed by Christine Jablonski
This simple Color-and-Weave project makes two coordinating scarves on one striped warp. Each pattern is formed by alternating weft colors in a specific order—first weaving a classic Houndstooth, followed by a bold graphic stripe. The softness and warmth of this alpaca yarn will welcome fall and winter temperatures, all while complementing your wardrobe. Order a kit.
Skill level: Intermediate
It would help if the pdf provided would include instructions to convert this specific pattern to 4 shafts.
The scarf is a good weight.
After the first scarf, I experimented with various four shaft weft combos to create three small table runners, incorporating a deep red, as well.
Hi Diane! Glad you enjoyed this project, and yes -- this one, along with many other plain-weave rigid heddle projects, are in the process of getting converted to bonafide 4-shaft patterns, complete with additional waste calculations and WIFs. In the meantime, we published a blog post about converting rigid heddle patterns for 4-shaft looms. Thank you for your support!