Free Loom-Woven Pattern from Lion Brand Yarn, formatted for input to refreshable Braille displays or Braille software
Woven His and Hers Scarves With One Warp
Lion Brand® LB Collection® Organic Wool - LB 1878
Pattern Number: L10249 Weave two scarves, but only warp once, with this fun and easy pattern! Designed exclusively for us by Liz Gipson, author of Weaving Made Easy, this double-duty scarf pattern is perfect for any of our rigid heddle looms.

SKILL LEVEL:  Intermediate (Level 3)
SIZE: One Size
Her Scarf About 8 3/4 x 52 in. (22 x 132 cm) not including fringe His Scarf About 8 3/4 x 62 in. (22 x 157.5 cm) not including fringe



481-178 LB Collection Organic Wool: Dark Teal

Deep, rich blue

Quantity needed: 1 Skeins
Estimated Price: $ 9.99
Note: (A)

481-145 LB Collection Organic Wool Yarn: Eggplant

Rich, dark purple

Quantity needed: 1 Skeins
Estimated Price: $ 9.99
Note: (B)

470-143 LB 1878 Yarn: Claret

Deep red

Quantity needed: 1 Skeins
Estimated Price: $ 24.99
Note: (C)

Cricket Weaving Loom Kit: 10 inch
Quantity needed: 1
Estimated Price: $ 175.00

Additional Materials
2 x 11 in. ( 5 x 28 cm) piece of cardboard to use as spacer Rotary cutter, metal ruler and cutting mat
SETT 8 BE SURE TO CHECK YOUR SETT. When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. The needle or hook size called for in the pattern is based on what the designer used, but it is not unusual for gauge to vary from person to person. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make your swatch, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles. Making a Gauge Swatch
Exact gauges is not imporant to this project.

Loom is warped only once for weaving both Scarves.

His Scarf is worked first, then Her Scarf is worked using same warp.

Warping for both Scarves: Following the loom instruction booklet, warp the loom with 43 lengths of A and 36 lengths of B, each 153 in.

(388.5 cm) long.

Warp the loom in the following color order: 3 A; 5 B; 8 A: 13 B; 21 A; 13 B; 8 A; 5 B; 3 A.


HIS SCARFSpread the warp by weaving about an inch with scrap yarn.

Weave 66 in.

(167.5 cm) with C used at about 10 picks (passes of the shuttle) per inch.

Note:The extra woven length is to allow for take up and shrinkage.

Leave 6 in.

(15 cm) unwoven, then proceed directly to weaving Her Scarf.

HER SCARFBeginning 6 in.

(15 cm) from the end of His Scarf, weave 6 picks of C, beating firmly.

Cut the yarn, leaving a 5 in.


Needle weave the ends under the last pick.

It is easiest to do this in the neutral position.

Change the shed and insert the cardboard spacer.

Change the shed again and weave 6 more picks as before, needleweaving in the tail.

Repeat to make a total of 28 spaced groups of 6 picks.

FINISHINGRemove the Scarves from the loom by untying the warp from the apron bar.

Using a rotary cutter, and cutting against the metal ruler, cut the Scarves apart leaving a 4 1/2 in.

(11.5 cm) fringe on His Scarf.

Tie 4 strands together in an overhand knot across each end of each Scarf, ending with 1 bundle of 3.

Using the rotary cutter or scissors trim fringe on His Scarf to 4 in.

(10 cm), fringe on Her Scarf to about 1/2 in.

(1.5 cm).

Gently hand wash the Scarves.

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