Wool Local ‘Betty’ Pattern (Erika Knight)


A long scarf knitted in four lacy stitch patterns, worked on a large needle to give a light texture and finished with a 1×1 rib, using just 1 hank of Wool Local.

3 in stock

Additional information

Weight 0.050 kg

Erika Knight is a highly respected British knit and crochet designer, as well as the creator of the Erika Knight yarn collection. Originally from a Fine Art background, with a successful career in the fashion industry, her trend forecasting work reignited her passion for the handmade. With her ‘simple’ ethos, Erika has a unique interpretation of craft: her mission is to simplify and communicate her insight and passion for handknitting with accessible yet enticing projects in order to inspire everyone to experiment and about all enjoy creating. The author of numerous highly acclaimed books on knit, crochet and craft, Erika has lectured at the V&A Museum in London, as well as leading art institutions and universities.
Erika continues to design, write and innovate, working alongside her daughter Arabella from their seaside studio on the South Coast of England where together they act as consultants across the craft industry.

Materials Needed

1 x 100g Wool Local
5.5mm Knitting Needles
Cable needle
Large eyed blunt tipped sewing needle
Note: Yarn amounts given are based on average
requirements and are approximate.


One size approx. 32cm/13in wide x 132cm/52in long.