In late spring, my fiancé and I enjoy walking around our neighborhood looking for deer. We live in a subdivision where one would not expect to see them wandering down the streets, sidewalks, and backyards. Although it’s a little frustrating when your vegetable garden has been completely eaten by these creatures, we appreciate that it’s a special thing to have literally in your backyard while living in suburbia.
Those late spring evenings can be a little chilly as we walk the streets trying to catch a glimpse of a fawn following her mother around, learning the ‘hood. The Foxmoor Scarf is the perfect thing to keep the chill off on those spring nights. The lace pattern and Classic Elite Firefly yarn are a great combo for a scarf like this.
Designer, Jen Hansen
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75% viscose, 25% linen
Firefly is a warm-weather yarn with a subtle sheen and wonderful hand. The juxtaposition of the linen with a light-catching sheen gives it a distinctly feminine look. Firefly drapes wonderfully at a wide range of gauges - knit loosely for elegant lace or more tightly for stockinette fabrics.
Here is the free downloadable Firefly Foxmoor Scarf pattern. (file size: 588 KB)
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