• Knitting Pattern,  Scarf/Cowl

    Smoke & Water

    Guys, I am so excited to share this project with you! The “Smoke & Water” cowl features two lacework patterns merged into one amazing infinity scarf. The pattern came alive at the cabin. I wanted a cozy scarf I could wear out on the boat on brisk mornings and also around the campfire. The lacework keeps the scarf light enough to wear during late summer/early fall. I love it so much I may wear it year round! The first lacework (on the edges) is reminiscent of rushing water. The inner lacework is a calmer water with a twisting smoke ring down the middle. It can be worn single or double…

  • Knitting Pattern,  Scarf/Cowl

    The Green Arrow Cowl

      The Green Arrow Cowl is a two-toned cowl knit in the round with fair-isle technique. The pattern was inspired by pine needles, and turned into a super cool reverse arrow design. It took several attempts to figure out the best way to create the cowl. The first try was made back and forth, rather than in the round and I discovered that purling in fair isle is the worst thing ever. I am an English style knitter (meaning I hold my working yarn in my right hand) and found that purling with my left hand was going to take an eternity. I mastered knitting with my left hand so…

  • Scarf/Cowl

    The Align Cowl

    It is finished! And I love the way it turned out. The pattern is called Align, created by Norah Gaughan, published in Berroco. Supplies: US Size 8 needles: I use Hiya Hiya interchangeable needles and love them Caron Simply Soft Solids yarn: worsted weight, 1 skein (315g), colorway Country Blue The Process: I used an invisible provisional cast on to make sure I didn’t have a break in the lace pattern. It was my first time doing the provisional cast on for lacework, and it went…less than optimal. Though it does look much better than doing a mattress stitch to seam it together in the end!   I found it…