Go! Scarf by James Arnall-Culliford

Go! Scarf

March 2013
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
23.5 stitches and 27.5 rows = 4 inches
in combination of edging, texture and chevron stitch patterns
US 5 - 3.75 mm
437 yards (400 m)
One size only, 20 x 170cm {8 x 67in}
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

The Go! Scarf, the third and final design is based upon the road signs that show tight bends. While the first two designs were for runners to wear while training, this scarf is for supporters to keep themselves warm if they have been dragged outside to watch. The lace chevrons mean that in an emergency, the wearer can direct disoriented racers back in the right direction.

This pattern was originally sold to raise funds for Refuge - a UK charity for women and children suffering domestic violence. Since the introduction of new EU VAT rules, we felt it was simplest to make this pattern available for free, and to ask you to make a donation to Refuge or a local charity helping the victims of domestic violence.

Finished size, relaxed after blocking 20 x 170cm 8 x 67in

Babylonglegs semi~Precious (50% superwash merino, 50% silk;
400m/100g skeins)
Go Green for Refuge; 1 x 100g skein

Needles & accessories
1 pair 3.75mm UK 9/US 5 knitting needles
Stitch markers

23.5 sts and 27.5 rows to 10cm x 10cm 4in x 4in over combination of
stitch patterns used in scarf, using 3.75mm needles, relaxed after
13 sts of chevron pattern measures 6cm 2.25in wide, relaxed after
12 sts of texture stitch pattern measures 5cm 2in wide, relaxed
after blocking

It is difficult to be precise when giving tension information for a lace pattern, since it depends so much on how the lace was blocked. It is recommended that you try to match tension as closely as possible, since it will affect both finished size and yarn quantity used.