Saturday, December 29, 2007

Sea Lettuce Scarf

In my work at Sticks and Strings yarn shop ( ), I always love to play in the Koigu yarn. We sell a huge assortment of this yarn, and the colors are fantastic. One of the best patterns for playing with this lovely merino yarn is Lucy Neatby's Sea lettuce scarf, which has a very clever short row pattern that is interesting to knit and fun to wear. Here is my version of the scarf: I love how it folds up into a lovely cylinder. I knit it on size 7 needles, in 4 skeins of Koigu Kersti, a merino crepe yarn that is simply delightful...


Devi said...

This is absolutely beautiful. Where ever did you find the pattern?
Just love it. Got to make one asap.

Jeri said...

You can get the pattern on Ravelry here:
or visit Lucy Neatby on Patternfish here: