Another delightful scarf design, perfect for this time of year.
Scarves tend to be wonderfully warm and fast knits, plus they are perfect opportunities to try out new yarns and new techniques.
We just got in three new scarf designs by Sharon Dreifuss of She-knits and we're delighted!
Here is how she describes Kerfluffle:
"Kerfluffle is the 3rd scarf in She-Knits Short and Sweet series and has a great balance of clean structure and curvy femininity. The 1st and 2nd in this Short and Sweet series; Twist and Flounce and Let’s Neck, were worked in bulky weight yarn. Kerfluffle is worked in worsted weight yarn which makes it great to wear both indoor and out."
There are two videos associated with Kerfluffle that can be found at She-Knit's You-Tube Channel -- we added a link below that will take you there.
~ 220 yds of worsted weight yarn that achieves gauge (optionally may choose additional color for ruffles –
~approx 60 yds (fingering weight yarn) – for 4 ruffles with approx 15 yds per ruffle shown on cover on U.S #3 needles (may substitute any yarn for ruffles as long it is lighter in weight than main yarn)
~ 1 set U.S. #7 needles
~ 1 set U.S. #3 needles for ruffles
Gauge– Approximately 16 sts.x 28 rows= 4” in stockinette stitch on U.S. #7 needle or appropriate needle to get gauge
Note that what we are offering here is a hard copy of the pattern, ten pages printed out and sent off to you in a sheet protector.
What a lovely creation! Looks like great fun to make -- and wonderful to wear!