Farrow Rib Scarf - 2019 Make Nine

Hello, I finished my first project for 2019 Make Nine "Farrow Rib Scarf" faster than expected. Free pattern found on Ravelry. But before I write more about the scarf, I'd love to show you my official plans for Make Nine this year.
This challenge is very popular in Instagram hosted by Rochelle New and I decided to make basic wears and accessories to cover the hole in my winter wardrobe. Also, I want to use yarns and fabrics from my stash but in the end I have to buy the missing yarn for the sweater because I didn't have enough.
All my fabrics and yarns choices are posted here.

About the scarf, I was working on a simple scarf for DS using this deep blue new wool + acrylic yarn but I gave up and unravel the yarn because he didn't like it. After I unravelled, I use the yarn and two more balls from stash to make a scarf for me 😁
Pattern detail: Farrow Rib Scarf by Claudia Krisniski - free pattern found in Ravelry.
Yarn: Lana Liza 6 ply yarn, 40% new wool 60% acrylic. I used 3 balls in deep blue shade (120 m / 50 grams each).
The process of knitting this scarf was enjoyable, I liked the stitches very much and they weren't curling.
I started with cast on 43 stitches (multiple of 3+1) on 4.5 mm circular needle.
After I had enough length, I bind-off in rib and decided to add fringe. I followed tutorial from Very Pink Knits, I like the final result and the process of adding the fringe wasn't difficult.
And here is the whole look of my new scarf, size approximately 148 cm long x 15 cm wide, it's long enough to wrap around my neck to keep me warm in cooler weather.
As the weather is getting hot here in my place, I decided to show you the scarf on Ellie my dress-form. The white tee is me-made, pattern I used from Sew Your Own Active Wear book by Melissa Fehr. I made some and will write a blog post about them later.

That's it for now, happy knitting/sewing lovelies 💕


  1. It is a beautiful scarf Hana! It is going to look great with so many things!


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