Here is a traditional wave/ripple stitch using Classic Alpaca yarn in green. I remember getting this yarn at Island Knits last year while I was on Pawley’s Island, SC. I certainly recommend visiting their shop while you’re at the beach. They have lots of great yarn and friendly staff
Finished this scarf in a weekend! I decided to be really creative with my sale yarn I found at The Needler in Lexington. It was my first visit there and I will certainly go back. I’ll certainly use this kind of striping technique again
This was my first attempt at the tipsy cluster stitch and I think it came out nicely! I used Louisa Harding Kimono Angora Pure yarn which is 70% Angora 25% Wool and 5% Nylon. It is a great yarn to work with and the scarf is very light and ultra soft.
This nice long scarf only took a couple of days to make. I used a simple fan stitch and used three balls of Sundance Countryside wool/mohair/acrylic yarn. However, because I hardly ever use patterns, I now have one ball leftover. Tassels? Maybe. I have 4 balls of another color so I’ll just make it wider!