Every once in a while a design takes over my life. This is one of those times. Even though I had many other things I needed to be doing, once I started this project I could not put it down. My friend Amanda, who has a wonderful sense of color, asked if I would design a pattern using her gorgeous yarns. How could I say no?
Mormorio is knit from end to end in garter stitch. Then the edge is picked up and knit with an undulating ripple pattern.
A wildly variegated yarn is paired with a subtle semi-solid to create this stripe and lace scarf.
Here are the details:
Size: One Size
Measurements: 14.5” tall at widest point; 60” long
Yarn: Crabapple Yarns Pizzazz (75% merino, 20% nylon, 5% other; 438 yds 401 m/100 g): MC: lady in the snow, CC: vermont falling, 1 skein each
Needles: US #4 3.5 mm 16” circular or straight
Gauge: 24 sts and 36 rows = 4” in garter stitch, BLOCKED Notions: Tapestry needle
I can’t wait until the weather turns cold enough to wear this! I will certainly have it on during Rhinebeck…