tudor grace

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splashes of soft, backlit color highlight the twining vertical motif in this simple-to-work scarf. sock-weight yarn makes the knitting race along . . . in just a few weeks we might need a cuddly chill-chaser like this in the early morning or late afternoon . . .

shown here in briar rose fibers grace colorway, 1006.

leaf brooch by perl grey

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thank you chris, for making this beautiful bamboo/merino yarnβ€”i’ve fallen in love with it (you vixen, you!).
and to our friend sharon, who suggested the lovely name, and who is such a generous commentor>
and thanks to rachel, for your intrepid proofreading skill and perseverance.

32 thoughts on “tudor grace

  1. Oh Anne it is breathtaking. I have been keeping an eye on all the knitting, just stealing quick glances and I have wanted to tell how much I love all of it. This really did take my breath away. The colour and pattern combination is just perfection. I so admire you talent.

  2. oh, my goodness! You did name it Tudor Grace! I am thrilled. Thank you!!! and it sure lives up to it’s name!! It’s beautiful…can’t wait to knit it.

  3. You already know I love it! I’m going to use some STR mediumweight for this in lunasea. I cannot wait to knit it!

  4. Oh my, oh my. That is beautiful. And the colorway of the yarn is stunning. So subtle but, at the same time, so colorful. Wow. Just wow.

  5. I love it! How graceful it is. You are so right about the yarn. This pattern looks like another must have for me!
    O.K. when am I going to get all of this knitting done? Big smile!

  6. Well, now, I just love it! I do have a question: Did you name the Grace part of the scarf after the yarn or the attribute of grace? I’m thinking the latter. Chris’s yarn really is perfect for this. Gorgeous.

  7. where may I ask, did you get that shawl pin? It’s sort of what I’ve been looking for in a pin? (oh it’d look lovely with a leaf based lace pattern…)

  8. Wow! It is even more gorgeous than I expected it to be! I have to get my WIPs straightened out so that I can cast on for this!

  9. It looks beautiful! These unseasonally cool evenings we’ve been having lately are getting me SO in the mood for scarves and other soft, warm knitted things! πŸ™‚

  10. LOVE IT! Chris just makes the most gorgeous colors. Darnit all you are hard to keep up with. I will never have time to knit all the gorgeousness. pout.

  11. I truly do not know how you do it! I try and keep up with just knitting your designs :). You are an amazing designer, and Tudor Grace is a true work of art. Congratulations

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