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Project Inspiration: Greetings Scarf

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     It's one of those sit back and let the yarn do the talkin' projects. The Greetings Scarf is as simple as lacey patterns can get, and the thick & thin tape yarn is the perfect choice to add loads of texture and visual interest.

The Greetings Scarf is a free pattern, and despite that long generous length- you only need 2 skeins of Ripple to complete it... Since Ripple is only $10 a skein, this project will bring you to a grand total of $20.

Yet another affordable project to keep in mind for gift knitting!

     Other than short sections of garter stitch on each end, the Greetings Scarf is an easy 1 row repeat for the entire length. You'd hardly even know it- because the dramatic texture in Ripple really takes the design to the next level.

     Not only does the Ripple look fantastic- but the cool cotton is slinky, smooth, strong, and has a gorgeous amount of luster. That silky shine from the mercerized cotton catches natural lighting, and the fun uneven texture reflects it in all directions- so the scarf almost shimmers with every movement. 

     The Greetings scarf is a simple design- and it's also quick to knit! This scarf is knit on US size 10 needles, which accentuates the stitch pattern's open and drapey look. 

     Like all of our shop samples- the color we chose to knit with is the first to sell out. While I'm sorry to say we no longer have this bright orange- there are so many other opportunities that I think you'll still love! My personal favorites would be Aqua, Amber, and Watermelon.

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  • Virginia (NCK Marketing Assistant): August 26, 2016

    Nancy, we are in beautiful Old Town Eureka, California!

  • Nancy: August 25, 2016

    Where are you located ?

  • Virginia (NCK Marketing Assistant): August 24, 2016

    Hi Marla! While I am not as familiar with crochet stitch patterns as I am with knitted stitch patterns, I am sure that there is a pattern out there that would have a similar look. There is nothing to stop you from trying it out! One thing to keep in mind is that since crochet uses more yarn than knitting does- your scarf may end up a few inches shorter unless you purchase and use a 3rd skein. Enjoy!

  • Marla: August 21, 2016

    I love the look of the ripple cotton.
    I see that this scarf is knitted..Greetings scarf..
    Possibly…could this scarf be crocheted similarly using the beautiful ripple yarn?


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