We are delighted to add the Riviera Scarf to our online pattern collection. Visitors to the Glasgow School of Yarn will have seen it already. Designer Rachel Atkinson says:
‘Perfect for adventurous beginners and intermediate knitters looking to build on their skills, or simply for those of you after a speedy gift project, the Riviera Scarf came from a designer challenge to create a design from 100g of chunky yarn. The main pattern is worked in garter stitch and uses increases and decreases to create the shaping and lace edge. There are a couple of other techniques in there as well which may be new to you and are useful to have in your knitting portfolio!
Having been involved with p/hop from the very early days it is a pleasure to donate this pattern in the hope that it will help to promote this incredible charity and the work of the MSF team to new knitters and to show support for all the work they are doing.’
Thanks very much Rachel!
All patterns have been generously donated to the project by designers to raise funds for MSF and are available for your knitting and crocheting pleasure. In return, we ask that you make a donation to p/hop based on the hours of enjoyment you will get from these patterns. p/hop is based on an honesty box system and the amount you donate is completely up to you! Making your donation is easy.
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To see what others have made from this pattern, please visit the Riviera Scarf pattern page on Ravelry.
Browse our other p/hop patterns here.