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Valley Yarns #124 Winter Panes Scarf PDF

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Delightfully soft and squishy, the Winter Panes Scarf from Valley Yarns is just the thing for a chilly winter day. This stunning accessory is woven in deflected doubleweave using Valley Yarns Northfield, a glorious blend of Merino, baby alpaca, and silk.  

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Equipment: 8-shaft  loom at least 15” wide,  3 shuttles, 3 bobbins
Warp & Weft Yarn: Valley Yarns Northfield (70% Merino/20% Baby Alpaca/10% Silk; 124yds/50g)
     Red - 4 balls
     Medium Grey - 2 balls
     Charcoal - 2 balls
Warp Length: 4 yds of  132 ends
Sett: 12 epi (1/dent in a 12–dent reed)
Finished Dimensions: 8¾” x 67” with 8” for fringe (twist and trim to 6”)
Weave Structure: Deflected Doubleweave

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from Saceamento, CA

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Comments about VALLEY YARNS #124 Winter Panes Scarf PDF:

Th instructions are a little lacking


Great pattern- made a lovely gift!


from Longmont, CO

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  • Attractive Design
  • Quality Materials
  • Soft


    Best Uses

    • As A Fashion Accessory
    • Casual Wear
    • Cold Weather

    Comments about VALLEY YARNS #124 Winter Panes Scarf PDF:

    I made a scarf for a friend as a gift using Olive in place of the red. It is very squishy and warm! It is long enough to double and pull the ends through the loop. The pattern is well written, accurate, and easy to follow. The suggested yarn has a lot of stretch, so be careful when measuring the warp not to measure the yarn under a lot of tension.
    The video link was helpful for trying this type of pattern for the first time.
    The only thing I feel missing from the pattern is a paragraph or explanation of how the edge floats are different on one side of the weaving. I found that I had to be really careful of the tension on the floating gray edges to avoid ending up with loops. I still ended up with a few after washing, but they are easily hidden in the pattern. I can almost see the difference in the edges in the pattern picture, but wasn't quite prepared with a strategy. I haven't tried a deflected double weave prior to this, so maybe it is a common concern.

    • Length:
    • Feels true to length
    • Gear Usage:
    • Cold Weather Living
    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes

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