Night in Tunisia

By Therese Ross CarterAs described by the designer: ‘This scarf is pretty easy and can be made in one evening while watching your favorite show. Perfect for holiday gift giving. Night in Tunisia is a simple scarf made in Tunisian Crochet Simple Stitch finished in Broomstick Lace with added tassels. BEFORE you become intimidated, Ive …

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By Nikki Van De CarAs described by the designer: ‘Simple and a bit off-kilter. An asymmetrical scarf worked from tip to tip with a picot edging.’

Gyre and Gimble

By Barbara BensonAs described by the designer: ‘Beginning at one end and working straight through to the other; this scarf combines knitting stripes with slipped stitches and lace techniques to create the illusion of an embroidered surface. There is no stranding of yarn, only one color is being knitted with at any given time.’ Each …

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By Judy KaethlerAs described by the designer: ‘Lumis thick reversible double-sided cables are sure to keep you toasty this winter! Instructions are given for scarf and cowl versions, in both worsted and bulky weight yarn. You can customize the perfect accessory for you. Both charted and written instructions are provided.’

Starry Night Gradient Scarf

By Andrea MediciAs described by the designer: ‘This scarf was designed specifically for our gradient sets. Using just 1 set you can create this striking piece which is made up of slipped stitches, knits and purls. The length as written is perfect for tucking into your coat but there are instructions on how to make …

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