Here we go, the pattern for Cheryl’s scarf: Free pattern – Cheryl scarf
I’ve named this scarf in honour of Cheryl Eldridge of Stansborough, who has put in nearly 20 years of hard work to breed the Stansborough Grey sheep. The wool from these sheep now go into the most beautiful, classic fabrics for interiors and garments, and stunning costumes for iconic movies shot in New Zealand. Very luckily for us knitters and crocheters, it’s now also a yarn for us to create the most pretty things for ourselves and our loved ones!
An easy knit, this scarf plays with gauge, using extreme changes in needle size to create texture and flow. Try adapting this pattern to suit your own preference for texture and size by changing needle sizes up or down.
Yarn: 5 x balls Stansborough Mythral DK 100% pure New Zealand wool.
Knitted measurements: 15cm (6”) wide x 210cm (84”) long.
I hope you have fun knitting your own Cheryl’s scarf!