Tag Archives: scarf

Bird & Bee Shawl

Purchase the pdf file now through Ravelry (you don’t have to be a Ravelry member to purchase) | add to cart | show cart Replete with graceful wing shapes, the Bird & Bee Shawl features a purl lice stitch in the solid sections and a honeycomb lace in short-row sections that help shape the curves. […]

Stripey Goodness

Pattern: Jared Flood’s Noro Striped Scarf (ravelry link) Yarn: Noro Kureyon in colors 115 and 149, which I purchased at Lamb Shoppe in Denver when I was visiting there with Michaele. Needles: 5 mm (US 8) 24″ circular. Modifications: I slipped the first stitch of every row instead of slipping the edge stitches as indicated […]

Pattern Release: Persephone Scarf

Now available in the store. And also available as a kit from Judy at the Ball and Skein shop. A perfect scarf for spring and summer. Light and airy, but just warm enough for those breezy spring and summer nights. Works up quickly in a fingering weight yarn. This pattern could easily be worked in […]

Persephone Version 2

I finished my second persephone scarf. Since I was offering it for publication, instead of fielding a million questions about a suitable substitute for the handspun yarn I used for the original, I thought a commercially available fiber would be good. Something that you could compare it to if you wanted to substitute or the […]

Persephone Scarf

This is the handspun angora/silk version of this scarf. I’ll be making another version of it in a commercial yarn (I’m leaning toward Dream in Color Baby) and release the pattern on about April 15th. The pattern for the handspun version is going out with the final offering for the Wooly Wonka Exotic Fibers Club. […]