•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 Stitcho#2: Yarn Transitioning with Ridgeso#3: Tweed in Open Rib•Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Yarn Over•$5.50Sonoma Lace Scarf•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
About our DownloadsSign up for the Knitwhits/Freia Yarns NewsletterOvercrossing ShawletteRadiance Shawlette•Shown in Flare Ombré Sport - 1 ball•Needles: 5mm / US8, 24” circular needles suggested•Gauge 20 sts/27 rows over 4” in stockinette on 5mm/US 8 needles•Required Skills: Knit, Purl.•$5.50Simple leaf lace pattern motif worked into a triangular kerchief.Shown here in one ball of our Freia Sport Ombre yarn in Flare (colorway coming soon!). 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.Designed by Tina WhitmoreSimple, quickly knit single skein shawlette worked in our Fingering weight Ombre yarn - shown in Moab.A repeating crossover stitch makes the knitting go fast and fun!Designed by Tina WhitmoreSharmilaScarf CollectionChutes &LaddersDouble DutchLattice Rib Tweed
Ripples Mobius Cowl•Shown in 1 ball of Sport Ombre in Dusk•Instructions included for making the cowl in two lengths & in Sport or Worsted (total 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•$5.50Undine CowlSmall 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 Ombre depending on length of cowl desired. Both sizes work from two ends of contrasting color from the same colorway to create alternating stripesDesigned by Tina Whitmore
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.Designed by guest designer Gwen Bortner, see more of Gwen’s patterns at www.knitability.com
•Shown here in double length worked with two balls of Sport Ombre in Lichen •US 6 / 6mm 24” circular needle•Approx 8” tall, 58” or 29” diameter•Skills: Knit, Purl, Knitting in the Round•$5.50Kari Cowl•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•$5.50Acanthus Cowl•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•$5.50Easy 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. Perfecct for early fall or cool spring days! Designed by guest designer Sue Forstat
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)Designed by Tina Whitmore
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