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Moving to Lake Tahoe has definitely influenced my knitting. The temperature here at 7,000 feet swings widely from fall to spring. The temperature rises as high as 70 during the bright sunny days and is freezing during our crystal clear nights. It always makes sense to carry along a wrap or cozy scarf.
What better way to start our winter season than with this beautiful lacy infinity scarf? It’s got a nice balance of fun new techniques and an easy to remember pattern. Let’s take a closer look:
The pattern comes with two sizes, an infinity scarf and this blue cowl.
Let’s Celebrate. This Pattern is Free!
I am so excited to be back to blogging that I am offering this pattern for free as a celebration! I even tried a video to show you some details. Let me know if you think it helps.
The good (great) news is that after months of not being able to blog, I finally figured the whole health thing out. I had Lyme Disease left over from years ago and now I’m on the road to recovery. That means we’re going to have a busy busy winter! I have two full collections just waiting for patterns. I’m very excited to share them with you.
If you’re new to our blog, you’ll want to catch up on a few of the techniques used in this scarf. Here are some helpful blog posts:
It was such a beautiful snowy day when I was taking pictures that I just had to share the larger version of the first photo with you! We’ve moved to Tahoe but all my ‘models’ (like my niece Ellie shown above) still live in San Diego so I have to be creative until I get back there.