Wood Anemone

We are excited to introduce the fabulous Wood Anemone pattern to our online collection! This pattern was designed and generously donated by Sue Lazenby.


“A lighthearted shawlette or scarf to celebrate spring. What could be lovelier than unexpectedly coming across a carpet of wood anemones in a shady glade? Rows of flowers cascade downwards in this sideways knitted piece to meet the deep, garter striped border. The size can easily be adjusted for different quantities of yarn and there are endless possibilities for colour combinations should you wish to gather different flowers around you. A fairly easy knit for the intermediate knitter, with just a little concentration needed when making the ‘flowers’. Every knitter needs a little frivolity when spring is in the air!


What you need to get started:

  • fingering weight yarn, 420 yd / 384 m per 100g for main colour; 383 yd / 350 m per 100g for contrast colour. Suggest wool or wool blend combined with a mohair blend as contrast yarn.
  • Approx. 437 – 450yd / 400 – 412m in main colour
  • Approx. 100 yd / 91m in contrast colour
  • US # 6 / 4.0 mm 40” / 100 cm circular needle or size to achieve desired gauge. Needle size is a recommendation only.
  • 2 stitch markers; blocking wires & pins


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