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Sirdar Jewelspun mistake rib scarf

Do you love knitting well this is for you.  A really easy knitting project using 1 ball of Sirdar Jewelspun and only 2 ends to sew in. What’s not to love! I found this easy pattern over at Purl Soho web site called the mistake rib scarf

It’s a great pattern for watching tv because there’s only one row to remember and one ball of yarn to sit next to you on the sofa - perfect! 

You can pick up the Sirdar Jewelspun yarn at WoolBox and lots of knitting accessories too! There are 8 colours to chose from and lots of other yarn too!

Pop over to my Instagram account for more knitting inspiration and to see the finished scarf this weekend, with pom poms 







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Unknown said…
I have recently purchased a pattern from you for Colour Block Granny. I see that some of the colours are used only once therefore I would have to purchase lots of yarn which would turn out to be too costly for me. Could you suggest a cheaper way to make this please? Can you get Stylecraft in smaller balls for instance? Thank you for the pattern but will have to consider the cost before embarking on this project. Kind regards:)
Unknown said…
I have recently purchased a pattern from you for Colour Block Granny. I see that some of the colours are used only once therefore I would have to purchase lots of yarn which would turn out to be too costly for me. Could you suggest a cheaper way to make this please? Can you get Stylecraft in smaller balls for instance? Thank you for the pattern but will have to consider the cost before embarking on this project. Kind regards:)
Your knitting accessories are so functional and practical! Your personal touch adds a level of style and elegance that makes them a joy to use every day.

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