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  • WinterBud

    The WinterBud scarf is inspired by the lofty fuzziness of the soy yarn. What else is there to think of during those winter months but the flowers that will come soon while attempting to stay warm. WinterBud is a fun, quick and fairly easy knitting project. The scarf is knit in two pieces and sewn together...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Jan 28, 2010
    Filed under: scarf, Knit, shawlette, blossoms, lace, accessories, clothing, shawl, leaves, leaf, cowl, nature, knitting
  • Twin Leaves

    Twin leaves is 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...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Jan 4, 2010
    Filed under: scarf, lace, leaves, cowl, bulky
  • Tangled

    Tangled is a truly fun way to use up scrap yarn. Knit it in all one color or in various textures and colors for a more unique look. Tangled is knit by using the I cord method and then winding and twisting the I cord leaf sections through a base to create a secure and fun scarf. It can be knit in any...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Nov 8, 2009
    Filed under: scarf, lace, leaves, leaf, neckwarmer
  • 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...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Oct 26, 2009
    Filed under: scarf, lace, accessories, shawl collar, leaves, nature
  • Leafy Cable Neck Warmer

    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...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Oct 15, 2009
    Filed under: scarf, lace, leaves, leaf, cowl, neckwarmer
  • EverGreen Scarf

    EverGreen is 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...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Oct 14, 2009
    Filed under: scarf, lace, stole, leaves, leaf, cowl
  • Bloomin

    Bloomin It is spring time so I have a bit of spring fever. I can't wait to be able to wear great spring dresses and flip flops. This scarf is inspired by my desire to find great summer yarns and compliment them with nature inspired designs. This scarf is a lace pattern that I have included both the...
    Posted to Reader Photos by GraceM@10 on Jul 31, 2009
    Filed under: scarf, Knit, original, blossoms, flowers, pattern, lace, accessories, leaves, leaf
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