|Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized|
I started as a 12 year old learning to crochet and knit from a little old lady named Aunt Mary. I am a breast cancer survivor/warrior! I love yarn, patterns and keeping my fingers busy with knitting ...
I started as a 12 year old learning to crochet and knit from a little old lady named Aunt Mary. I am a breast cancer survivor/warrior! I love yarn, patterns and keeping my fingers busy with knitting and crocheting as much as possible, As well as keeping a cat cuddled while I knit! I am a 54 year old wife and mother of two cats! Besides finding me here on Craftsy, you can find me on a great forum for knitters at--http://www.knittingparadise.com/ --
Thank you to all for dropping by my store!
Please remember all sales are final because of the nature of the product--a PDF that you download.
To anyone from the state of MAINE who purchases a pattern from me--please PM me if you buy one of my patterns from CRAFTSY and let me know you are from Maine so that I can pay the sales tax this state requires. I will not be charging you for the sales tax, but will pay it myself. I just need to know for tax record purposes only. Thank you for your help in this and for buying my patterns!
Welcome spring, with this fern inspired scarf that will keep you warm on those chilly spring days when it really hasn't warmed up enough yet! This scarf features plenty of leaves in the border, a lovely, winding lace pattern, which reminds one of a forest path, along the edges. And the central fern pattern is bordered with a mock cable stitch. There are so many interesting facets to this scarf; you will not want to put it down until it is finished! It is knitted from the bottom up and joined in the center with the Kitchener Stitch. Using fingering weight yarn enhances the lacy effects of this scarf, which is light as well as warm! There are written as well as charted instructions for this scarf!
non needed as this is not a fitted garment
460 yards of Fingering weight