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At the beginning of this year, I knitted a seaman’s scarf for my father-in-law. I know he said he wasn’t a great scarf-wearer – he never really gets cold enough – but I wanted to knit him something and this was it!

I knitted it with Bernat Soy – and contrary to the picture, I did actually finish it – I must have forgotten to photograph the finished item before I mailed it to him.

Anyway, the purpose of today’s post is to offer this as a free pattern to those who request it. My email can be accessed by clicking on the “email me” doo-hicky in my sidebar on the left, and I will in return send a pdf of the pattern.

I originally posted this on the other blog to which I was contributing from January 07 to May 08 (which will remain nameless – bitter memories) and have had a few requests for the pattern so far, so I know that there’s a demand for it. I just haven’t figured out how to get the pdf available online.

 

Edited to Add: It’s January 2016 and I have to admit that my FIL didn’t wear his scarf. So much for that! Also I haven’t a clue where the pdf is hiding as I’ve switched computers since then, so will be taking this out of my free patterns listing.

2 responses »

  1. Cool story and sharp eye Nicola! Nice when you can bring the world wide web, into your own neighbourhood.

  2. Thanks for posing the question, “What keeps you interested in a blog? I like a lot of the things you said, and I would add… ‘More than just knitting in common.’ In other words, many of the blogs I read are written by women about my age, or they are lace knitters like me, or we all share a love of the ocean, or… well, you get the picture. I’m enjoying your blog!

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