Judy Furlong is known for her intricate stitch patterns, and this sophisticated scarf is no exception. The delicate lattice may look involved, but Judy says the technique is not as complex as it appears. “The stitches are fairly simple to do, since most of them have a very short row repeat,” she says. “Included is a special reversible rib cable, forming an interesting edge to the scarf - it's simple but effective, and great fun to knit.” You can make the scarf as long as you like, but remember to add extra yarn to your calculations if you do extend it. “The scarf is finished off with a knotted fringe, which is optional but adds interest,” says Judy. “Here's your chance to show off your macramé skills!” Made from Rowan's Lenpur Linen, this scarf has a subtle sheen and a wonderful softness, which make it ideal as a summer cover-up over a dress or blouse. The saffron shade chosen by Judy evokes the colours of Morocco; other rich hues in the yarn range include a deep purple and a vivid green. Written instructions are given as well as charts, apart from the moss stitch panel, which is only charted.