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Oak Leaf Scarf Pattern

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This scarf was inspired by the beaded wrist warmers from Greenland, where I saw a similar oak leaf pattern. When I was in Vilnius last year and the colors started to change for autumn, I couldn't resist incorporating this design into a toasty scarf to keep me warm as I explored the city streets. In the center of the Old Town, a park with the remnants of an ancient pagan oak grove stands beside the church in Katedros aiktė (Cathedral Square) and the Royal Palace. Lithuania is also home to Stelmuės ąuolas (the Stelmuze Oak), one of the oldest oak trees in Europe, is estimated to be alive for almost 2000 years. GAUGE 36 stitches and 72 rows = 4 inches in garter stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 9 1/2" wide and 31" long, including lace borders SUGGESTED YARN 360 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Garnstudio DROPS Alpaca

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Donna Druchunas | Sheep to Shawl,LLC
Donna Druchunas | Sheep to Shawl,LLC
I escaped a corporate cubicle to honor her passions for knitting, world travel, research and writing. I'm the author of Lithuanian Knitting: Continuing Traditions with author June Hall, Arctic Lace, Successful Lace Knitting, Kitty Knits, Ethnic Knitting, and more. I teach workshops around the world on topics such as rug knitting, spinning and dyeing, Lithuanian socks, Japanese sweaters and Norwegian pullovers. My latest endeavour is holding Knitting and Writing retreats in Northern Vermont as well as opening a knitting store in my local studio in my house. More info at & I live in a 140 year old New England farm house in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont with her husband, mother and three cats, who all help her test the usability and comfort of her finished knitted items. Visit Donna's website and online store at