- Scheepjes Mohair Rhythm yarn, 70% mohair/30% microfibre, 25g/200m ball, three balls in Cha Cha (689) (Yarn A), two balls in Robotic (674) (Yarn B), and three balls in Foxtrot (673) (Yarn C)
- 6mm (UK 4, US 10) straight or circular knitting needles
- Cable needle
- Yarn needle
- Stitch markers
RS right side
garter st knit every row
pm place marker
Approx. 17 sts x 20 rows in garter st to 10cm (4) square
Approx. 260cm x 30cm (102 x 12)
Oversized, super-long scarves are an absolute wardrobe must for the winter. If you want to create the best cosy outfits try it wrapped around a few times, or go for something more statement and leave it draped on top of your favourite coat.
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LETTING THE COLOUR IN
BOLD, VIBRANT COLOURS ARE A TREND WIN THIS SEASON, BUT WHERE SHOULD COLOUR-CURIOUS CRAFTERS BEGIN - AND WHY? LOTTIE STOREY DISCOVERS THE SECRETS OF USING VIBRANT HUES TO LIFT YOUR CREATIVE MOOD.
MADE IN Monochrome
Add a new craft technique to your repertoire this spring with Nerrisa Pratt's bargello-detail tote bag
This colourful train of Dala-inspired horses by Christine Leech will brighten up a little one's bedroom
Find inspiration in Lucy Peltier's motivational embroidered banner
VIBRANT COLOUR AND BOLD PATTERN FILL GERI SAMMUT-ALESSI'S BEAUTIFUL HOME
Geri Sammut-Alessi describes her Milton Keynes home as a 'land of magnolia' when she and husband Andrew first bought it nine years ago. The five-bedroom, new-build house in Milton Keynes was just two years old, and "very uninspiring," Geri says. "It was such a challenge to decorate but we are incredibly proud of the personality and character we've added."
Lucy Djevdet's granny square denim jacket is a fun way to inject some colour into your wardrobe
DO IT UP
Connie Mabbott's simple button embroidery upgrade will revive your favourite wardrobe pieces
Blooming brights, contrast and oversized patterns are what we are craving this season. We've been inspired by lots of little ways to inject a bit more colour into our every day and make the most of the mood boost.
Relish the process of making with Rachel Lawson's abstract punch needle cushion
A WORK IN progress
Put all your other projects on hold while you whip up this versatile craft bag by Mandi Bharij to store them in
THEIR FIGHT IS OUR FIGHT
The truth is kryptonite for authoritarians and oligarchs-in Russia, and here at home.
“THEY'RE NOT HUMAN BEINGS”
Ukraine and the words that lead to mass murder
‘Division of the World Is Inevitable'
Countries need to choose whether to align with autocrats or democracies, says a former NATO Secretary-General
DETAILED ‘OPEN SOURCE' NEWS INVESTIGATIONS ARE CATCHING ON
One of the more striking pieces of journalism from the Ukraine war featured intercepted radio transmissions from Russian soldiers indicating an invasion in disarray, their conversations even interrupted by a hacker literally whistling “Dixie.”
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Daddy, The Dictator
Vladimir Putin is fiercely protective of his private life. But could his adult daughters be his Achilles heel?
ELON MUSK ASKED TO TESTIFY ON TWITTER BY UK PARLIAMENT
A British parliamentary committee scrutinizing draft online safety legislation has invited Elon Musk to discuss his plans to buy Twitter and the changes he’s proposing for the social media platform.
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A CHILLING RUSSIAN CYBER AIM IN UKRAINE: DIGITAL DOSSIERS
Russia’s relentless digital assaults on Ukraine may have caused less damage than many anticipated. But most of its hacking is focused on a different goal that gets less attention but has chilling potential consequences: data collection.
DJI HALTS RUSSIA, UKRAINE BUSINESS TO PREVENT DRONE MISUSE
Drone company DJI Technology Co has temporarily suspended business activities in Russia and Ukraine to prevent use of its drones in combat, in a rare case of a Chinese company pulling out of Russia because of the war.