Monday, March 12, 2012

Wildcat Canyon Scarf

Introducing the Wildcat Canyon Scarf! I just posted this pattern in Ravelry, and and if you'd like a copy, you can click the handy little button above.

I just love the little agave-like nubs

If I had to choose which yarn I'd take on a desert island, it would be Malabrigo Rios. I just love the stuff! It's soft against the skin, pleasurable to knit, and the colorways are rich and dreamy.  I knit this scarf with 2 skeins of Malabrigo Rios in the Agua colorway. 

The scarf circumference is 50-inches, so it's long enough to wear in a single or double loop. I've been wearing mine doubled up over a v-neck sweater.

Many, many thanks to my test knitters with the most-est (who, coincidentally, all have first names that end in vowels): Rani, Tina, Tara, and Elena. And thank you to my beautiful model, Jen! She was a good sport when I called her up and told her I'd be wielding a camera in her face in um, about 15 minutes.  She rocks it!


  1. Very nice! I love a long/short cowl; they're so versatile.

  2. So fun to knit! I'm loving the aqua.

  3. I agree, Rani. It was a fun scarf to knit! I love the cluster stitch. It's easy to work yet adds so much to the design.



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