Daisy Scarf or Snood

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Delicate daisy stitch scarf or snood.

An intricate daisy stitch is encased in a garter stitch border to create a delicate scarf or snood that floats at your neck like a cloud.

Our very best selling pattern.  So so pretty.

This pattern is knitted in the round from 1 skein of Yeavering Bell 4ply

Daisy scarf likes to dress up your party frock and go out dancing and dining, and to the ballet. She’d really like to be a ballerina, but she lives in Northumberland where it’s a long way to travel to things like that, so mostly she floats around like she is on a cloud of petals and daydreams.

This pattern comes in two sizes, the scarf  is 79cm (when double) by 20cm, or the snood size 47cm (when double) by 34cm.

6.5mm circular needles (100cm – scarf, 80cm – snood)

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The price shown below is for the yarn needed to knit this pattern, the pattern itself is FREE and will be available as a digital download after your order is received.  Download can be made by clicking the link on your confirmation of sale email or by logging in to ‘Whistlebare Flock’ and clicking ‘downloads’.

£18.50

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Our Yeavering Bell 4 Ply Full Skein yarn is currently available in the following colours:

How much yarn will I need?

This pattern is knitted from 1 full skein of Yeavering Bell 4 ply.

When you choose the colour you like one skein will be automatically added to your basket.

Made with our finest Yeavering Bell 4 Ply Yarn

A soft and gleaming worsted spun yarn from our own Angora Goats and Wensleydale Sheep. Hand dyed on the farm in small batches of 10 skeins.

80% Whistlebare’s own Kid Mohair, 20% Whistlebare’s own Wensleydale.

1 review for Daisy Scarf or Snood

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Penny Jenkins (verified owner)

    Gorgeous pattern and I love Yeavering Bell. I chose the Willo the Wisp shade, a barely-there grey that will go with everything.

    • Alice

      Alice (verified owner)

      Thank you Penny, so pleased that you like the pattern and Yeavering Bell. Do put a photo of your knitting in Whistlebare’s Flock – you will be rewarded 😉

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