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Stork's Nest Knitted Scarf in Sage Kit
In Estonia, storks and their huge nests (kurepesa) are a part of the springtime landscape. One often sees nests built on chimneys of farm buildings or on platforms constructed especially for these stately birds. The Stock’s Nest Knitted lace Scarf is worked in the traditional Estonian Stork’s Nest pattern. – excerpted from PieceWork Jan/Feb 2008
Celebrate Estonian tradition with this popular scarf pattern, featured in PieceWork magazine. This kit brings you everything you need to knit the beautiful Stork's Nest Knitted Scarf, designed by Nancy Bush.
PieceWork, January/February 2008
Enjoy the second annual historical knitting issue from PieceWork magazine. This issue is devoted to knitting stories and projects that connect past knitters with those knitting today. The Stork’s Nest Scarf to Knit, designed by Nancy Bush is featured in this issue. Join Nancy Bush as she takes you to Estonia where storks and their huge nests are a part of the springtime landscape. This finished lace scarf measures about 9.5 inches wide and 70 inches long after blocking.
1 skein of Jojoland Cashmere in C244 Light Sage, as seen in PieceWork magazine. This 100% cashmere luxury yarn is spun from the finest fibers available. This fingering weight, 2-ply yarn is ideal for showcasing openwork and lace patterns and has a drape and softness that allows this yarn to be worn next to the skin. Each skein of yarn includes 400 yards, enough to knit the Stock’s Nest Scarf pattern. *color may vary slightly from what is seen here.
Knit your own Stork's Nest Scarf with this Needlework Tradition's kit!