Dochas Scarf by Jane Ellison

Dochas Scarf

September 2017
Knoll Yarns Mohair Tweed DK (50g balls)
DK (11 wpi) ?
19 stitches and 36 rows = 4 inches
in Garter Stitch
US 6 - 4.0 mm
350 - 361 yards (320 - 330 m)
50cm (at the widest point) x approx 132cm long
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For this pattern I used:

For one shade version: Three 50g balls of Knoll Mohair Tweed.
For striped version: One 50g ball each of Knoll Mohair Tweed in shade A, shade B and shade C.
I used shade 2605 Grey Alder for shade A, shade 2608 Black Birch for shade B and shade 2625 Golden Ash for shade C.
Knoll Mohair Tweed (70% merino/30% mohair, 110m/120yds per 50g).
See all the shades available in my Purl &Jane Yarn & Design Studio



19 stitches and 36 rows to 10cm/4ins square over garter stitch using 4mm needles.

50cm wide (at widest point) by approx. 132cm long.

This pattern is one of eight pattern that I designed to launch especially at Yarndale 2017 (held annually in Skipton, North Yorkshire) with the Knoll Mohair Tweed DK which was also just launched that year. The yarn is spun in Donegal so I named all the patterns using Irish words, Dóchas (pronounced DOE-hass) is the Irish word for hope.
This scarf is garter stitch with a little tiny detail at the edge to make it special. It is knitted “straight up” yet the way the stitches are increasing and decreasing it gives it a triangle shape. So much fun!