|The Light Flurries Scarf|
The Light Flurries scarf is soft, drapey and feminine. The pattern features "nupps" or "bobbles," which add depth to the lace work. The scarf is started with a provisional cast-on and worked from the center out, which allows for the pretty scalloped edge. Never done a provisional cast-on? No problem, Classic Elite has great written instructions with photos, and Michelle Hunter has a video tutorial.
The Light Flurries scarf is knit with Classic Elite's soft Vail yarn. Vail is a 70% Baby Alpaca and 30% Bamboo Viscose blend in natural, undyed colors. The bamboo gives it a bit of luster and drape, the alpaca provides the buttery soft feel, and the subdued natural colors make the lace work stand out. You will need two skeins (472 yards) of Vail for the Light Flurries Scarf. We have seven natural colors in stock - and they are all on sale at 20% off!
|The Light Flurries Scarf's gorgeous scalloped edge.|
You can post your pictures, share your thoughts, and ask questions about my “Light Flurries Scarf” pattern in my FiberWild Ravelry Group!
Bonus: Do you like prizes? Scout wants to hear your opinion! Everyone who comments on this blog post before Thursday, February 28th at 5 pm (Galena, Illinois time) has a chance to win two skeins of Vail in Parchment. Comment on anything: What do you think about the Light Flurries scarf? How long have you been knitting? What are your favorite needles? Do you prefer cats or dogs? (You already know Scout's opinion on that one!)
|Scout the Cat|
Enjoy the Light Flurries scarf. Scout and I are looking forward to your comments!
Happy Knitting . . . . . Amy
|Vail in seven all natural, undyed colors - and it's 20% off!|