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Manta Ray Scarf - Knitting Pattern for Maiwa's Linen Honest Yarn


Janna Maria Vallee from Everlea Yarns designed this Manta Ray knitting pattern. It's a simple, elegant linen scarf employing mostly garter stitch. When laid flat its shape is not unlike a Manta Ray. 

It was designed to showcase our Naturally Dyed Organic Linen from our Honest Yarn collection. It only takes one skein of the fingering weight. It can be worn wrapped around your neck as a cowl or decoratively draped and fastened with a shawl pin.


  • One skein of Maiwa’s Naturally Dyed Organic Linen Honest Yarn in fingering weight, in the light indigo colourway (or any other fingering weight plant-based fibre)
  • One pair of 4US/3.5mm 32” circular needles with sharp tips (Hiya Hiya Sharps are great)
  • 2 stitch markers that are not the exactly the same. You will use one to determine which rows you will be increasing on.
  • a progress keeper (optional)

​Final Measurements after blocking: 
55” long from curved tip to curved tip 
15” deep along centre stitches



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