Let’s weave a scarf that uses handpainted fingering weight yarn in a way that makes it look like a handpainted warp! Use two skeins of handpainted sock yarn and a floor loom, table loom, or rigid heddle loom for this project. The kit includes 2 skeins of Tough Love Sock and 1 skein of Lupine plus the 4-page PDF pattern. See the School of SweetGeorgia Handwoven Colour Episode 4 for more details on how to weave this scarf (School membership is not included in this kit).
Warp — SweetGeorgia Tough Love Sock (425 yd / 388 m per 4 oz / 115 g skein; 80% superwash merino, 20% nylon), 2 skeins in Lighthouse.
Weft — SweetGeorgia Merino Silk Lace (765 yd / 700 m per 3.5 oz / 100g skein; 50% fine merino wool, 50% cultivated silk) in Lupine.
- Equipment: 4-shaft loom or rigid heddle loom with a minimum 15-inch (38 cm) weaving width, 10-dent reed
- Tools: 1 shuttle, warping board, reed hook, heddle hook
- Weave Structure: plain weave
- Warp Length: approximately 3 yards (274 cm) including about 20 inches of loom waste
- Warp Ends: approximately 240 ends
- Ends Per Inch (EPI): 20 EPI
- Picks Per Inch (PPI): 12 PPI
Finished, Blocked Dimensions: approximately 11″ (28 cm) wide x 66 to 80 inches (168 to 202 cm) long.