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Patterns Included -
Twisted Vine -The Twisted Vine Neckwarmer combine my favorite pattern feature - lace and cables. The swooping large cable is bordered by cascading leaves which entwine until the edge.
This scarf can be knit in any yarn from fingering to worsted weight. Bulky may be just a little to large but, it depends on how cold you are. :)
The scarf knits up fairly quickly depending on your desired length and can be a neckwarmer or a large long full length scarf.
Knit on size 8 needles with worsted weight yarn this scarf is sure to please anyone who loves nature.
Leafy Cabled Neckwarmer-This is a fun, leafy neckwarmer knit in a worsted weight yarn. A unique look, leafs are one of the most popular types of lace to knit. This scarf would be great in any type of yarn from bulky to fingering. The scarf is cabled around the neck section which lead to 5 cascading leaves.
The leaf section is about 6.5 inches long when knitted in worsted weight yarn. It will increase or decrease depending on the yarn you choose to knit it with.
No buttons are needed for this scarf and only one ball of yarn needed.
Twin leaves- created for Cadena yarn by Knit Picks. I really enjoyed using the yarn as well!!.
Twin Leaves is a fun scarf pattern that can be knit the same but constructed into two different scarves. The first scarf is a long, warm, wrap around your neck scarf. The second is a modern, super bulky cowl. Both are knit with the same materials but sewn differently to create a great look to suit all types of knitters.
The scarves are knit in two pieces and then sewn together. You may choose to use a provisional cast on for the long scarf if you wish to avoid the seam.
Both take the same amount of yarn - just 2 balls or apprx 260 yards. A super quick knit make both of them!!
Bob Scarf -
Bob scarf is knitted in two halves and then sewn together to create the scarf.
It can be knit to any length desired and in any weight yarn. The dainty cables, and leaves are enhanced with Drop Stitches that create a fun edging and create drape.
Drop Leaf Scarf -
Drop Leaf is a fun and dainty scarf which uses drop stitches to create a lacy appearance. The scarf is constructed by knitting the center piece and continuing or picking up stitches to knit the scarf ends. Prior to working the ends, stitches are dropped and pulled along throughout the scarf.
The scarf can be knit in any weight yarn simply by changing the needles. The length may also be altered
to create a super long, warm scarf if desired.
Evergreen -created by 3 leaf lace patterns continuously cast on and bound off.
As you knit you will gently increase the repeats in order to create larger and larger leaf sections.
Once completed the leaves are tacked together and blocked to create the flowing layered leaf effect.
The scarf is knit in two sections and seamed up the middle. EverGreen may be knit in any type of yarn and in any length desired.
Ms Maple -
Ms Maple is a fun scarf and a pretty quick project to knit. The scarf is created with a dainty lace pattern that is worked either in two pieces and seamed or if you prefer backwards which creates a muted mirror version. Both patterns are included with written and charted instructions.
Victoria Rose -
Victorian Rose Scarf is a quick scarf project that can be knit in any type of yarn. It would look wonderful in a cotton or lace weight as well. The lacey pattern gives the scarf a terrific drape and makes it terrific to use as an accessory item in the warmer seasons.
Directions are given for 2 portions of the scarf and then sewn together. However, if you are more advanced and wish to a provisional cast on may be use to achieve the same look without the seam. The scarf may be knit short for a cowl appearance or long for a regular scarf look depending on your preference and yarn.
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