Exclusive pattern for The Loopy Ewe’s 2014 Spring Giftables Club, now available to buy.
This shallow-triangle scarf is perfect for Spring. Wear it loose when weather is mild. Wrap it around and knot the ends when the wind blows.
Designed to show-off a special variegated yarn, this amazing vintage stitch pattern makes a light-weight fabric. It also works beautifully in semi-solid colours.
I named the pattern “Painted” because you can really see the colours painted on your yarn.
This is an easy intermediate project, and a great gift-knit.
155cm/62” x 26cm/10”
Can easily increase size to use up all your yarn.
365-400m/400-440yds 4ply/fingering yarn
3.5mm/US 4 & 6.5mm/US 10 1/2 needles
Stitch markers x 2
The Yarns of Rhichard Devrieze, Peppino, 100% merino, 206m/225yds per 65g/2.3oz skein, 2 x Agawa Canyon (rainbow)
Miss Babs Yummy 2ply, 1 x Berlin (blue/yellow/red)
Blue Moon Fibre Arts, Socks that Rock Lightweight, 1 x Titiana (green/rust/lilac)
Fyberspates Vivacious 4ply, 1 x Peacock
Sweet Georgia Yarns Bluefaced Leicester Sock 1 x Coral Rose
24 sts and 32 rows to 10cm/4” square over stitch pattern using one 3.5mm/US 4 needle and one 6.5mm/US 10 1/2 needle, or sizes needed to get gauge.
Need another pattern for 1 skein of variegated 4ply/fingering? Try Knit Night.
Stop press Painted is going on a blog tour!
Sample & Test knitting: Mel, Kate, Denise & The Loopy Ewe
Tech editing: Akshata
Photography: Denise Lindberg