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Tidal Cove Scarf

  • Maine Yarn & Fiber Supply 170 Park Street Bangor, ME, 04401 United States (map)

Class Description: “Tidal Cove Scarf” by Knitwise Design is a unique piece that is a lot of fun to knit! When you wear this scarf be prepared for other knitters to examine it and exclaim, “How did you do that?” In this class the designer will show you exactly how! The pattern calls for dk weight yarn, but she will show you how to modify the basic pattern for any weight and type of yarn you like. (This design plays very well with hand-dyed and variegated yarns.) After choosing yarn and making pattern adjustments, you will be guided through the process of forming and connecting the folds that give this scarf it’s three dimensional form. You’ll go home with your project underway and the skills needed to complete a scarf that is sure to impress!


Date and Time: Saturday Nov 18, 10am - 12 noon.


Skills Needed: Must be comfortable casting-on and knitting - no purling required. Great project for advanced beginners who want to learn an unusual technique!

Materials Needed: One copy of the pattern “Tidal Cove Scarf” by Knitwise Design. Available for purchase through the store or through Ravelry or Etsy.

Yarn: You will be able to shop for yarn at the beginning of the class, or bring a favorite yarn (any weight from fingering to worsted) with you. Amount will depend on the weight of yarn you choose and the length you make your scarf. 270 - 350 yards will do an average scarf for most yarns.

Needles: You will need a 16 inch circular AND a pair of straight needles in same size (2 double points will work also.) Size will depend on yarn chosen and how firmly you knit. Bring a selection of sizes with you or you can purchase at the class.

Notions: Two different color clip-on type markers (locking markers). Can substitute small safety pins. Optional: Assorted beads, charms, feathers, shells, tassels or other fun stuff to adorn your scarf. 

Tidal Cove SCarf

Tidal Cove SCarf

Bio: Linda Courtney is a handknit designer and teacher living in Eastport, Maine. Under the name Knitwise Design, she creates freshly imagined classic designs for the enthusiastic knitter that are fun to knit and fun to wear! She sells her patterns on Ravelry, Etsy, Patternfish, and local yarn shops through Ravelry’s in-store pattern sales program. A former high school science teacher, she now focuses her teaching on knitters - hoping to inspire and challenge them.
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