Thursday, May 27, 2010

Withig Scarf Pattern Available!

Yay!!!! My pattern for the Withig Scarf is finished and available for sale on Ravelry! We'll get it added to the main site soon.
Silky smooth natural cotton adds a splash of comfy style for transitional seasons.
The geometric textured lace pattern is one drawn from an 1800’s nightcap pattern, but shows timeless modern style when adapted to this long and versatile scarf.
Although not fully reversible, the purled side is equally attractive.
The stitch pattern requires patterning on both sides, but the stitches consist of knit, purl, yarn over and knit two together. On the purl side, only knits and purls are used.
Both line-by-line instructions and chart are provided.
Yarn: Three skeins Knit Picks Simply Cotton Sport in Carnelian Heather. (164 yards/50 grams)
Needles: U.S. #4 (3.5 mm) straight or circular needles.
Gauge: 13 sts and 15 rows in 2 inches, in pattern un-blocked.
Notions: 2 stitch markers, needle for weaving in ends.


AlisonH said...

That scarf has energy and motion and is just a delight to the eyes--it wants to go dance!

Anonymous said...

VERY pretty!!!

Kym said...

This is a wonderful scarf -- and it looks like it'll be fun to knit, too! Oh, you are filling up my queue, Diana! :-)

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