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Designed by Hilary Smith Callis
This scarf is named for the early male counterpart to the Roman goddess Ceres (goddess of grain and agriculture), who never made it into the regular Roman pantheon. The way the colors of the yarn wove together in Linen Stitch reminded me of wheat somehow, and because it’s a knit appropriate for men, I dug up the name of this obsolete god.
4 balls of Rowan Tapestry (131 yds/120 m per ball) in color 170
US 8 (5mm) circular needle, at least 40” long
Tapestry Needle (for weaving ends)
7.25” x 54”
26 sts/4” in linen st (row gauge is not important). Note: Tapestry has an advertised gauge of 22 sts/4” in Stockinette with US 6 (4mm) needles.
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