this quick and easy scarf makes for great emergency gift knitting, but the result won’t give away how little time, effort, and yardage it takes. it’s a seriously great way to use a couple of hundred yards of precious yarn.
shown here in 4-ply silk cashmere from oldmaidenaunt.com, colorway bramble.
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many thanks to lilith who generously supplied her beautiful luxury yarn to inspire this project, and to rachel who guided the pattern to safe harbor.
Stunning! And it makes me long for the blackberry picking season!
Another winner! Quick? I think “the speed of light” would be a better description!
I love it!
I love the “small yardage” part too — I’m thinking this might be a nice project to attempt with some of my handspun that I only have very small amounts of.
I love this! It is such a great pattern because it uses a small amount of luxary yarn so it is in a price range that even people on a budget can buy.
I wuv it. I actually was looking for a nice lace scarf pattern this morning for my last lone skein of heavey sportweight cormo/angora. This might just be it!
Yup, yup, yup. Beautiful. Sigh…
Another stunning design. Maybe I should stop reading your blog — my wish list of knits is getting too long!
such a pretty little thing. 🙂
Time to check out I think. The basket is already bulging. But maybe today I will have time to actually babysit all the downloads.
It looks so pretty in the sun. 🙂
Oh it’s just gorgeous!
You are a speed demon, Anne! I can’t get over how quickly this one saw the light of day…
I’m thinking handspun. Really nice, even handspun singles. Mmmm.
Anne, you are a wonder! Every time I turn around, it is another beautiful project off the needles.
Lovely as always ! 🙂
But maybe you can get this done within a blink of an eye, but us normal people (me) can’t I’m afraid LOL.
Love love love it! Sign me up! I have some yarn that I have apparently saved for this very scarf and I didn’t know it yet 😉
You did it again Anne! Hooray!
I am totally going to make this one. After I finish my honeybee, though… 🙂
It is official.
I have no defenses against your designs.
Enjoy my (your money) and please know the many hours of pleasure that your designs will bring into my house. *grin*
I have 6 earmarked for holiday gifts so far.
Anne Thank You again for your inspiration and the joy your work brings to so many of us.
I’m home sick today, the upside I get to look at your blog and I was not disappointed! I love the colour of th scarf and the pattern. I love your blog!
I particularly like your photos and the modeling of your work.
Another great one. I could ramble on about bramble’s greatness but I think you already know.
Mine all mine! 🙂 Thanks for posting it so quickly. Gift knitting ahoy!
Thats so nice, it will be great for my handspun, if I ever finish spinning it!
Mmmmm, blackberries…. Yep, I’ve already ordered the pattern, how could I resist this one?
Another winner Anne!
What does my future hold?…Most certinaly that scarf!
oh my – that one just about steals my heart away.
I just finished my Gust.. and may “ready” to have another little nothing appear in my life… this one is surely tempting 🙂
I know that spring has been slow in coming where you are – hang on – it’ll arrive all in a whoosh.
LOVE the color and the pattern. Beautiful.