Cables? YES! The more the merrier. This piece is the hottest thing in my wardrobe these days. It's springy, soft and feels so good on the skin. I was happy to have it a few weeks ago when we had a 9" snowfall. Wore it to fill my bird feeders and walk the dog. I… Continue reading Alcova Scarf
Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry There was an email from the Indie Untangled Trunk Show for Rhinebeck offering up a delicious colorway of a neutral wool with POPS of orange and hints of violet and blue - it was so special, I had to order it. Yarn: La Bien Aimée Merino Singles… Continue reading Spice Cake, a Rhinebeck Souvenir
What a GREAT free pattern! I had no idea how I could use up just 1 skein of bulky, and this turned out perfect. Mine is Malabrigo Mecha in Piedras. Love the many colors in this colorway, but how it's not overwhelming. The buttons were found at Joann's and what a deal at $3.00. Come… Continue reading Promenade Scarf
Find it on Etsy Find it on Ravelry I've been making this scarf for a little while and I'm really enjoying it, so it's now an available pattern. So far, my favorite yarns to make this in are Berocco Folio and Tosh merino light. Both very different yarns - the Folio is an elegant and… Continue reading Spice Cake Scarf
This is a free pattern found on Ravelry and this one is made from Feza Softie. I love that it makes the decorative edge as you go.
This pattern is the Holey Cocoa! by Silvia da Silva which is my go-to for having an 'around the town' project in my purse. I added a little bit of width to it, because I love it as a wrap or scarf. The yarn is Gina that I found while traveling.
This Windowpane Scarf was so easy to make and the yarn creates all the "WOW". I had this yarn sitting around for a while and lately, I've been on a mission to use up my older stash when possible. I can't say I'm on a "yarn diet" because, as with ANY diet, I am not… Continue reading Windowpane Scarf