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Monday, January 24, 2011

Windchill

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Ordinarily I don't like to launch patterns too close together because you end up competing with yourself (or your Mother). I'm making an exception today because Saturday I whipped up a simple pattern and test knitted it all in one day and I'm offering it for free. Windchill is a simple infinity or loop scarf with an easy, diagonal eyelet lace pattern. It can be worn in a single, long loop or doubled to fit more closely around the neck on colder days. It's knit in bulky weight yarn (I used 142 yards and just knit until I ran out of yarn) on US 11's (8.0 mm). The only catch is, it's only available on Ravelry because I have no other way of hosting pdf's without charging for them. So if you're interested in a quick and easy knit that you might even need to wear this week (or you could save it for a gift), here's a link to the Ravelry page. Enjoy!DSC04725

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4 Comments:

Blogger Connie Peterson said...

I downloaded it, thank you. I might even be able to do this one.

12:12 PM  
Blogger Jan said...

This looks like a winner. It's simple, but very pretty, and a great way to use that smaller amount of luxurious yarn. Thank you for this.

2:06 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Thank you so much for sharing this pattern with us. Looks adorable. I've downloaded and now will go stash diving for yarn of the right weight.

6:10 PM  
Blogger Maxine said...

Thanks for the free pattern. Love your blog and patterns.

3:44 PM  

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