This lightweight, striped infinity scarf is covered with a spattering of speckles! Knit one today in your favorite soft, fingering weight yarn.
I'm so excited about this limited edition hand-dyed yarn! It's soft, smooth, and sprinkled with bright, cheerful speckles.
I love Knit Picks Brava. In fact, I have used over 40 skeins of it in the past 2 years!
When I designed my Double Chevron Lace Scarf Pattern, I needed a warm, machine washable, fingering weight yarn with good stitch definition to highlight the lace pattern. I wanted the stitch pattern to shine. I didn’t want to use a multicolored yarn that would distract from the stitch pattern, but I didn’t exactly want a solid colored yarn, either. I decided to try Knit Picks Hawthorne Fingering in the Kettle Dyed Delphinium colorway, which seemed to be just what I was looking for. It was the perfect yarn for my scarf. In fact, I loved it so much that I bought several more skeins (and will probably buy more in…
I have finally finished my November afghan!
I have knit some of my Brava Worsted yarn into quarter-circles for my November Afghan.
For November, I am using Knit Picks Brava Worsted Yarn (again).
Show your love of chevrons with the Double Chevron Lace Scarf!
Free pattern! The Rainbow Ridge Afghan features the popular chevron stripe pattern with a textured twist. I chose to use 6 bright colors for my afghan, but this design would also be lovely as a baby blanket or in a neutral color palette.
I just finished my latest project… my April afghan! If you like chevrons, this afghan is for you!