Flora Fina Keyhole Scarf Pattern

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Materials:
1 skein Flora Fina by Pagewood Farms (sample shown in Black) Size 15 short needles

Flora Fina is an art yarn brought in by Pagewood Farms from Argentina. In California, Pagewood Farms does the hand dyeing and has hand made needle felted flowers needle felted every so often to the yarn so there are really no substitutions for this unique scarf. The roving for the flowers is also hand dyed with all the hand work being done in California. You can purchase the yarn on our website at www.yarndesignersboutique.com.

Scarf size: 4” X 48”
Gauge: Garter portion = 2 1⁄2 stitches X 5 rows per inch

When you reach a flower (flora) be careful to knit it in gently but snugly. I usually try to put the first stitch just before the flower and the next stitch after the flower. This will keep your scarf flowers looking neatly placed. If the first flower hangs off the edge, don’t worry about it – just make sure it’s snug.

To wear your scarf: Carefully feed your beginning end through the keyhole and arrange on your neck and enjoy your compliments for your own original art scarf!

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