Pattern Release: Shafts of Wheat Scarf

The lace pattern on this long and lofty scarf reminds me of shafts of wheat: simple and elegant, classic and ageless.
This scarf will make a great present for your mom and for your daughter, or —
make it for yourself and enjoy your stylish new accessory.

Yarn:  Worsted weight yarn, about  224 yards/205m in 100 g, 2 skeins
Tools:  circular or straight needles, US8 (5 mm)
Gauge: 3.5 st x 5 rows makes 1x1 inch in stockinet
Finished size: 8 x 80 inch ( 20 x 200 cm)
Pattern is charted and written in words

I am offering this pattern as an instant PDF download through Raverly (PayPal) for 
$3.50 (US).


You don't need to have a PayPal or Ravelry account to purchase the pattern - you can use your credit/debit card.

Thank you for your Interest and Happy Knitting Everyone!


Free Guide to Knitting Needles

I saw this blog post from Kathleen Cubey at Knitting Daily, I though you find it useful as well.
There are so many tools that we knitters need, but there are two that we really need: Yarn and needles. We all know how many yarn choices are out there, but what about knitting needles?

The choices are amazing. Did you know that there are certain types of needles that work better for certain types of yarn? And there are also needles that work better for different types of knitting. Pointy needles for lace knitting, for example.
But we don't want you to have to buy a pair of every needle type out there to figure out which you like best, so we did it for you! We tested dozens of needles and we've developed our Free Guide to Knitting Needles to give you the inside scoop on which needles we liked for which type of projects.

We've also provided a handy sizing conversion guide. If you have a needle that's labelled with millimeters only, you can use the chart to see what the millimeter measurement is in US needle measurements, or UK/Canadian measurements, or Japanese measurements.

Download your Free Guide to Knitting Needles now and let us help you create a seamless transition between your hands and your project?
And sneak-peek: I am working on couple scarves (the cold weather is coming...)
  Stay tuned - the patterns for these scarves are coming!
Happy Knitting Everyone!