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Open Arms - Scarf


About Open Arms

Scarves evoke a lot of memories for most knitters: Chances are, they‘re how we learned to knit, so many of us have very fond memories associated with long lengths of fabric, created by the steady back and forth on, most likely, straight needles.

Rebekka took our idea for a modern, super wearable scarf and twisted it on its head: Knit horizontally, her design combines subtle stripes of different textures, keeping it interesting to knit and fantastic to wear.

Add a bit of fringe, and the salt- and-pepper tones of Abundant Earth Fiber‘s Josef & Anni base, and you got yourself a new wardrobe staple!


Rebekka Mauser


This listing is for the single PDF pattern. You'll get an email with a download link immediately after purchase.

  • Measurements

    Length: 190 cm / 75”
    Width: 28 cm / 11”


    What you could knit it with from our selection: Biches & Bûches Le Petit Lambswool!

    Abundant Earth Fiber Josef & Anni (90% Merino, 10% Targhee; 330 metres / 360 yards per 100 g)

    760 metres / 832 yards

    If you’re adding fringe 30 metres / 32 yards more are needed.

    Sample shown is knit in colourway Pepper.


    3.5 mm / US 4 circular needle with a cable length of at least 120 cm / 47” (or needle size to obtain gauge)

    5.5mm / US 9 circular needle with a cable length of at least 120 cm / 47” (or needle size to obtain gauge)


    20 sts x 42 rows = 10 x 10 cm / 4 x 4” (knit flat, in garter stitch, on smaller needle, after blocking)

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