Elegant Economy Spring 2011 Runway: Day 2

April 5, 2011 at 9:30 am 1 comment

Today, on this fine Tuesday, I bring you Farewell.

Say farewell to winter! This ruffley scarf will add something fun to your spring wardrobe, while also adding to your warmth on those days you forgot to grab your coat because you were surprised by how chilly those gorgeous 40 and 50-degree days can still be.

This is a perfect beginner project. The simple slip stitch pattern takes the basic garter stitch scarf to the next level. The result is stylish, elegant, and creative. It is knit on large needles with laceweight yarn giving it a very gauzy feel.

Requiring 1 skein of Knit Picks Cloud, it beats the price of a scrunchi scarf at Target quite easily.

Gauge – Approximately 18 sts/4 inches in garter stitch. (As this is not a sized garment, perfect gauge is not critical)

Scarf Dimensions – 6×60 inches

Required Materials

  • 1 50g skein Knit Picks Alpaca Cloud (440 yds/402m to 50g/1.76oz. 100% Alpaca)
  • Size #8 US or 5mm needles
  • Tapestry needle


Join me tomorrow for the final piece in the Elegant Economy Spring 2011 Collection!


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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Catherine  |  April 5, 2011 at 10:10 am

    really pretty, I love it


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