Monday, July 6, 2009

Emrigail Scarf/Shawl Pattern

NO LONGER AVAILABLE- SORRY (Needs rewrites- gauge issues.)



Been awhile, huh?



This little ditty has got a unique, diagonal-ish construction and is super versatile- you can wear it several ways, you can change the cast on number to get an all out shawl or a little bandana, you can change up the gauge and make it lacy instead, you can toy with the number of yarn overs... have fun, man!



Otherwise, it's a super cozy, pretty easy (I'd say "beginner with a twist") triangle scarf/shawlette made with three skeins of everyone's favorite yarn. (Malabrigo, I mean. It IS everyone's favorite, right? It's not just me that's crazy?)







And yes, I did have fun playing with fruit while I was taking pictures. Why do you ask?


(the fine print: Your purchase of this pattern constitutes your agreement to use this pattern only for personal, non-profit use without specific written permission from the designer (just email me!) Items made from this pattern may not be sold without permission, nor may the pattern itself be copied, sold, or distributed in any way. You may print one copy for personal use but may not print multiples to distribute, nor may you share the digital file with others. Thanks guys!)

If you need to contact me with questions, my email address is presentsknits@gmail.com - please email instead of commenting since it's much easier for me to reply that way! Thanks!

3 comments:

  1. I would love to see an additional picture of the whole scarf laid flat.

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  2. I didn't originally post one because mine is a little different at the top edge- I only used two skeins instead of the three called for and therefore had to stop a few rows before the very end, which means one of the corners is asymmetrical. Which is fine, with the button placement and everything, but I figured other people would prefer a regular triangle ;-) I'll probably be making more and I'll definitely add to the picture pool.

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3445/3697667701_33a58254d9.jpg?v=0

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  3. Wow, that is really gorgeous yarn. I'm really enjoying your blog, thank you!

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