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Fun times in my Etsy shop

I hope you all had a restful long weekend. I was so excited last week about my patterns coming out in the Knitscene Accessories 2012 that I forgot to mention that some of the items I made for the craft fair are now available in my Etsy shop. Drum roll please!

The first up is this Skinny Drop Stitch scarf that I knit in Malabrigo Silky Merino, Viena colorway. I love this pattern so much that I've knit 3 more since this one. I haven't had the chance to block and photograph the other 3, but when I do, I'll make sure to share them with you. It's now up in my Etsy shop here.  The Viena colorway I used in this scarf is one of my absolute favorites, as the brown, yellow and orange colors just make a very bold statement. As usual, thanks to Zeina Newman, my fabulous model, for her outstanding work.

These next two scarves are knit from my Colliding Stars pattern. I love this simple pattern, and the Classic Elite Waterlily yarn is a dream to work with. As the pattern is so simple, the scarves work up very quickly.

The first one is in a cream/natural colorway. It's available in my Etsy shop here.

The second scarf is in a light green colorway and is also available in my Etsy shop here.

Ah my lovelies! I'm so excited when I get to post about pretty finished objects. Have a great rest of the week!


  1. I love how you knitted the scarves in this post! The are very stylish, I really like your color choice as well!


    1. Thank you so much Anne! I just visited your website and love your work! Would love to do a collaboration with you at some point if you are interested. :) You are very stylish! Plus, I could learn a lot from you about styling scarves! :)


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