Sunday, 31 May 2009

Spring scarf

A scarf inspired by the spring. Free to download

  • Yarn requirements: Depends on yarn and gauge. Any yarn can be used. I used 400 m/35 g (430 yards/1.23 oz) of jaggerspun heather 2/20 and 2.75 mm needles.
  • Difficulty: Intermediate (pattern on right as well as on wrong side).
  • Size: App. 35 x 150 cm (13.8” x 59.1”) but depends on yarn and gauge.
  • The pattern is charted only.
  • US citizens: If you have problems with the chart being too big for the paper try this: When the print page opens change the page scaling to "fit to printable area" or "Shrink to printable area (The pdf file fits an european A4 paper size).

Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Jennies Radiant Scarf

This scarf was designed for a birthday present for Jennie, hence the name.

Price 5$
  • Yarn requirements: Any yarn can be used! I used 33g/330m (1.16oz/360yrds) of Fonty Kidopale (70% Superkid mohair, 30% Polyamid) 250m/25g (273y/0.9oz) and 4mm needles.
  • Difficulty: Intermediate (pattern on right as well as wrong side).
  • Size: App. 30cm x 150cm (12" x 59") depending on yarn and gauge.
  • The pattern is charted only.

Price 5$

Saturday, 3 May 2008

Mother Earth Shawl and Scarf

The "Mother Earth Shawl" was designet for the secret knit along the"Spring Shawl Surprise" that started Jan 1st 2008.

It is a lace knitting pattern suited for intermediate to experienced lace knitters. The pattern uses more than 10 different stitches and has pattern on part of the wrong side too.

Size and yarn requirements depends on gauge, but app. 1500 m/1640 yards. Yarn with at least 800m/100g (875 yards /3.53 oz) is recommened.

Included in the pattern is:

  • Instructions to the Morther Earth Shawl AND Scarf

  • Mother Earth Shawl charts, 36 pages

  • Mother Earth Shawl written out instructions, 30 pages

  • Morther Earth Scarf charted and written out instructions

The pattern was originally made in two lengths. Only the long version can be purchased. Please note that the pictures seen here are from the short version. You can see the long version here or here at ravelry if you are a registered member (free).

Further you can join the "Spring Shawl Surprise" group originally created for the knit along (free). It has been reopened to new members. In there you can also find instructions for a test swatch.

You can read more about the pattern and see more pictures at my blog

Notice: Until July 4th 2008 50% of the sale with be donated to Unicef who helps children in need all over the world.

Price: 6 $