Mures and Framboises are two variations around a mesh-like stitch pattern. They were both designed with a desire to play with textures that would work well with variegated yarns. The result is two playful, light, drapey and scrunchable scarves.
Mures is the plain variation (shown in purple): it is rectangular and features very easy lace stitches.
Framboises is the fancy variation (shown in pink): it has flared ends and features some more advanced lace stitches.
The instructions come with a detailed photo tutorial for a special cast on.
Photography by Abigail LaBranche
13 sts / 24 rows = 4 inches in mesh pattern
I taught myself how to knit a few years ago, when I was unemployed, and I havent been able to put down my needles since ! (though I did get a job eventually). I knew how to crochet before then, my ...
I taught myself how to knit a few years ago, when I was unemployed, and I havent been able to put down my needles since ! (though I did get a job eventually). I knew how to crochet before then, my grand mother taught me during a long summer holiday, but the needles sort of have taken over the hook.
Whenever I take interest into a craft, I like to understand it as much as I can and explore its possibilities. So far, altering patterns and now designing are my way of learning some more, and I hope youll enjoy the outcome.