Free pattern Friday (+ new store sample): Boneyard
The Boneyard Shawl by Stephen West is the simplest of triangle shawls featuring repeated sections of garter and stockinette stitch. A great project for beautiful hand-dyed yarns with subtle shading. We knit our version with Manos del Ururguay's Fino - a luscious blend of extra fine merino and silk in a lightweight yarn that's ideal…
Madrona Lace Scarf
This rectangular scarf was designed to celebrate both Madrona Fiber Arts 15th Anniversary Retreat in 2014 and the tree for which the conference is named.
Color Tipped Scarf
Come fall, I just know I will be that fumbling girl on the sidewalk, bag falling off my shoulder and coffee spilling on innocent passersby, as I gracelessly reach around for my trailing scarf… which has come unwrapped… again. Fess up! I know I’m not alone in this. I see fellow strugglers, cluelessly strutting about with their scarves dragging behind, picking up all the wonders of the city’s floor. There is a science to securing a scarf. With neat triangular ends and a gently gripping garter…
Burnished Berry Shawl
My inspiration for naming this shawl was the beautiful color of this yarn. It reminded me of berries on the vine. This pattern is a quick and easy knit consisting of a two section repeat. It is very easy to memorize.
Slipway Knitting pattern by Meg Gadsbey
Slipway is a reversible triangular shawl worked side-to-side with i-cord edges in a soft and sleek silk merino fingering weight yarn. The simple, yet elegant, fabric of the shawl is created by alternating stocking stitch and reverse stocking stitch sections.Yarn Requirements Approximately 437 yards / 400 metres of fingering / 4 ply / sock yarn.The sample was knitted in Atelier Yarn Summit single ply fingering yarn (70% Superwash Merino Wool (non-mulesed), 30% Silk; 437 yards / 400 metres per…