3 Admirable Scarves to Consider
Sometimes I forget that I have a virtual library of patterns I’ve bought yet never knit. I just realized I have a lot of cool patterns already teed up.
You know that wide-open-horizon feeling? I’m sitting here with a batch of random yarns. So fun to sit with a bunch of varying weights, colors, and fibers and figure out what works with which pattern.
Contender No. 1: Almost Ovals
(photo by Anne Hanson)
Contender No. 2: Annisa Wrap
(photo by Ambah O’Brien)
I’ve got three fingering weight yarns in hand that would be great for this. Ambah O’Brien has all kinds of asymmetrical patterns available here. This one, Annisa, has all the action that you want in an asymmetrical scarf, but not too much. And bonus: a long, sweet swath of two-row garter stitch stripes. So juicy to knit those skinny stripes, especially because one of my yarns is a little . . . specklicious.
Contender No. 3: ZickZack Scarf
(photo by Christy Kamm)
Christy Kamm’s ZickZack Scarf really scratches that Missoni itch. She uses two Lang colorways to get all this color mixing. Not sure I have the right wack mix of yarns on hand to make this sing. Then again, I’ve used random yarns in the past with some luck. Hmmm. Take a look at the 2,168 ZickZacks made so far. So fantastic.
The only problem: which one should I make next?