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Issue 280 – Vail Light Flurries Scarf

As most women know, any good outfit is all about the accessories. And nothing pulls an ensemble together like a good scarf. This soft and drapey lace patterned scarf is just the thing. It can be worn with jeans and a t-shirt for just a little added flair or with a fancy dress to add a bit of warmth while remaining stylish.

Worked in two halves, beginning with a provisional cast on at the center, this scarf is a quick knit that will sure to be an essential part of your spring wardrobe.

Claudine Monique

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(file size: 516 KB; updated February 25, 2013)
Errata: patterns downloaded before 2/25/13 had incorrect symbols on rows 11 and 17; on both rows the s2kp should be a skp.


The Yarn

Vail
70% Baby Alpaca • 30% Bamboo

Like its namesake, Vail is pure luxury; unlike its namesake, it won't cost you a fortune! A light fingering designed to be used for garments and accessories, Vail is 70% baby alpaca and 30% bamboo viscose. The bamboo gives it the most delicate luster and drape, while the alpaca contributes an ethereal softness.


Ebony & Ivory – four more designs in Vail

Ebony & Ivory is our first ever pattern booklet dedicated to Vail and Vail alone. Just like Amy's design today, we see lace when petting Vail. However, it looks great in a variety of stitches as shown in designs pictured above (clockwise from the top left): Brown Sugar, an easy striped pullover worked form the buttom up; A White Shade of Pale is a lightweight lace wrap that scruches up and can be work as a scarf; Brown Eyed Girl is an easy-to-knit wrap worked entirely in garter stitch with texture created by alternating between very small and very large needles; Touch of Grey is an unstructered jacket with crochet granny square sleeves and front edges.

Ebony & Ivory is available in local yarns stores and the patterns are also available online as individual PDF downloads.


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