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Connetquot River Scarf by Linda Ritchie Unger

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available with purchase of 3 skeins Worsted weight yarn

Product Description

3 skeins Worsted weight yarn
1 skein handspun art yarn
US size 9 needles
Cable needle
Yarn needle
crochet hook for fringing
Connetquot is an Algonquin word meaning "place at the long river" and this Native American settlement encompassed all the land of what is now the Town of Islip.  The six-mile-long Connetquot River is "the long river" which runs through Islip Town from Islandia to the Great South Bay, and is one of the four largest rivers on Long Island.  Inspired by the river, this scarf is knit with a cable and eyelet pattern, then finished off by weaving the art yarn through the eyelets!
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