Projects and Patterns

Lemon Drop Scarf!

1 Comment 29 January 2008

Photo: Jennifer Perkins


Made with 3 balls of ROCK in color: Jeremy and 1 ball in “Trent”

In Austin, there are maybe 2 weeks total out of the year that a heavy-weight scarf is wearable. I enjoy the neck decor though (and you know, also the knitting of it) so, I whipped up the Lemon Drop: a light, lacy scarf made with VHC Rock yarn.

A larger needle and dropped stitch pattern makes for a quicker knit, coupled with a tighter seed stitch stripe for added cinching and waviness. Try it, you’ll like it! I mean, I’m not comparing my Lemon Drop to the candy or the martini but if the best things in life are free, then this pattern definitely qualifies.
Get it as our gift to you with purchase of Rock yarn! Can’t find the VHC Collection of yarn at your local yarn store? No problem! Click this button to snag supplies for this scarf, now.

Happy knitting!
xo,
P.S. On Ravelry? Like this scarf? Add it to your faves!
Find it under my contributions or in my projects section. Username: VickieHowell.
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vickie - who has written 66 posts on Austin Craft Mafia.

Vickie Howell is a mother, self-taught designer, writer, spokesperson, viral marketing consultant and DIY Lifestyles expert with a focus on the Needle Arts and most well-known as the Host and Creative Consultant of 8 seasons of DIY Network & HGTV’s show, Knitty Gritty. She’s the author of 6, craft-based books (Including Craft Corps: Celebrating the Creative Community One Story at a Time, a columnist for I LovetoCreate.com and PBS Parents, and the National Spokesperson for Caron International. For more about Vickie, her patterns and projects, go to: www.vickiehowell.com.

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