Sharmila Scarf  Collection Three Beginner level knit scarves in one pattern. Perfect for a new knitter who wants to try out some new stitch ideas without being overly intimidated. Each pattern requires 2-3 balls of our Freia Flux yarns. Suggested Needle Size 6mm, US 10 for all scarves Finished Sizes from 52" to 58" long, 4 1/2" to 7" wide o #1: Diagonal Drop Stitch o #2: Yarn Transitioning with Ridges o #3: Tweed in Open Rib Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Yarn Over $5.50
Sonoma Lace Scarf by Tina Whitmore Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Grapevine Suggested Needle Size 3.25mm, US 4 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 53” long, 16” wide Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Radiance Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple leaf lace pattern motif worked into a triangular kerchief. Shown here in one ball of our Freia Sport Ombré yarn in Flare. Finished dimensions 34” across, 15” deep. Scarf can also be enlarged by alternating two balls of the same color, thereby further extending the color gradation. Worked flat on circular needles. Both charted and written instructions included. Needles: 4.5mm / US7, 24” circular needles suggested Gauge 20 sts/27 rows over 4” in stockinette on 5mm/US 8 needles Required Skills: Knit, Purl. $5.50
Chutes & Ladders
Double Dutch
Lattice Rib Tweed
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Undine Cowl by Tina Whitmore Small waves undulate around this cowl. Worked by turning your work back and forth mid- round to create wider sections, short rows with no wraps needed! Cowl can be worked with either one or two balls of our Sport Ombré depending on length of cowl desired.  Both sizes work from two ends of contrasting color from the same colorway to create alternating stripes. Shown here worked with one ball of Sport Ombré in Dusk US 6 / 4mm 24” circular needle Approx 8” tall, 58” or 29” diameter Skills: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the Round $5.50
Ripples Mobius Cowl by Gwen Bortner This project is a Mobius cowl or infinity scarf worked in an interlocking reversible ripple pattern using Judy's Magic Cast-On as the basis for the beginning of the design. As the pattern develops the ripples will fit together, creating a relatively flat fabric. See more of Gwen’s patterns at Shown in 2 balls of Worsted Ombré in River Instructions included for making the cowl in two lengths & in Sport or Worsted (4 options!) Suggested Needles: US 10 for worsted or US7 for sport Requires circular needles in 36-40” and 20-24” lengths for all projects Skills: Knit, YO, SSK, familiarity with the Mobius shape will be helpful,  Knitting in the Round $5.50
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Kari Cowl Looking for a quick, satisfying project? The Kari cowl is it! Shown here in two balls of Purpleheart Worsted , you can have this project done in a weekend. For a lighter weight cowl opt for our Sport weight yarn (instructions for the finer version included) Suggested Needles: US 9 for worsted or US7 for sport One Size, instructions included for both weights of yarn, Requires either circular or dpns Skills: Knit, Inc./Dec., Knitting in the Round $5.50
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Lettie Crochet Scarf by Tina Whitmore Multiple layers of leaves of single and treble crochet are works up quickly in our Ombré Worsted and Fingering Yarns for a lush scarf. The layers and changing colors work together for a dramatic effect. Easy enough pattern for advanced beginner crocheters Requires one each size N and size F crochet hooks $5.50
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Kanab Creek Shawl by Tina Whitmore Feather and Fan undulations are accompanied by a dramatic drop stitch for this elegant wrap. Color transitions slowly across the length of the shawl. Shown here in two ball of our Freia Fingering Merino/Silk Ombré yarn in River (can equally substitute our wool/nylon ombré fingering yarn) Finished dimensions about 14” wide and about 50”long. Scarf size is easily modified by adding or subtracting repeats US5 needles $.5.50
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OMBRÉ Shawl, Scarf and Cowl Patterns
Overcrossing Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple, quick single skein shawlette worked in our Fingering weight Ombré yarn - shown in Moab A repeating crossover stitch makes the knitting go fast and fun! Gauge 24sts/32 rows over 4" in stockinette on 4mm / US 6 needles One size but can be easily modified by adding repeats or changing yarn weight. Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Kfb, Yrn (yarn round needle - explained in pattern). Knitted from center out. Our video tutorial is here for the Crossover Stitch $5.50
Medusa Cowl by Tina Whitmore This unusual fun cowl uses two balls of our Valentine ombre yarn, one a 50g sock ball and the other a 75g fingering ball. Since the gradations develop at different rates due to the different ball size, with some planning both balls are used at an equal rate in the project. Just one short seam US 8 / 5mm 24” needles, tapestry needle One size Skills: Knit, Purl $5.50
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Coalescence Cowl by Nancie Wiseman A twisted infinity cowl in stripes of contrasting and blending colors. In some areas, the stripes of color stand out in stark contrast, while in other places the colors blend together completely. Ridges of knit and purl stitches add textural interest, allowing bright areas of color to peek through. Shown here in Pixie and Lichen Sport weight yarn Suggested needles: US 6/4mm 24” - 32” circular needles One size Skills: Knit, Purl $5.50
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Comfort Cowl by Tina Whitmore Taller in the front, shorter in the back, makes this cowl comfortable no matter how many layers you have on and gives you warmth where you need it most. Worked in a simplified short row pattern on circular needles with stitches dropped at the end of the project to create a broad rib pattern. Quick, fun and just one ball of yarn, pattern gives instructions for cowl worked in either Sport or Super Bulky yarns as shown. Nautilus Super Bulky in main image, Bird of Paradise Flux Sport in smaller image. Suggested needles: US 8 for Sport, US 17 for Super Bulky, circular needles One size Skills: Knit, Purl, YO, K2tog $5.50
Shortwave Big Cowl by Tina Whitmore Get a big yarn fix with this great looking sideways-knit, cabled oversize cowl. Short rows give the cowl a great shape and cable adds drama and interest. Our Super Bulky yarn is soft, cozy and very addictive…. Quick knit with just 2-3 balls of yarn US 17 / 12mm 24” - 32” circular needles, tapestry needle One size Skills: Knit, Purl, Cabling, Short Rows $5.50
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Acanthus Cowl by Sue Forstat Easy to follow and memorize lace repeat. Lace three-dimensional pattern resembles the dramatic leafed colums of ancient Greece. Knitting alternates between two complimentary lace patterns, creating a sophisticated three dimensional cowl. Shown here worked up in one ball of our Purpleheart Lace for a lightweight chill-chaser. Perfect for early fall or cool spring days! US 2 / 2.75mm circular needle Approx 10” tall, 20” diameter Includes both charted and written directions Skills: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the Round, YO $5.50
Three ball version
Electric Boogaloo Cowl by Tina Whitmore Warning! This cowl is highly addictive! Worked in two matching ombre colors, where the colors differ at one end of the ball and are the same at the far end. Begin with the ends of highest contrast and watch as the colors blend into one as you work through the yarn. Worked with a Provisional Cast on and Three Needle Bind off, this is a free pattern to thank our wonderful customers for our first 5 years of dancing the electric boogaloo with yarn and dye! Cowl is designed in our Worsted wool ombre but can easily be modified for most weights of yarn. You will want to use a gradient yarn for the true effect of the pattern. Yarn: Worsted in Valentine and Cochinilla Suggested needles: Size US 10.5 needles, one extra needle for 3 needle bind off, crochet hook for provisional cast on, small amount of contrasting scrap yarn, darning needle to finish ends. One size approx 9" tall and 30" around - will vary with your gauge Skills: Knit, Purl, YO, PSSO free
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