February 20, 2015

Palazzo makes it's book debut!

Because I know that you are going to want to check this out right now, and then come back to read the rest of the post, this is one of my newly published patterns, Palazzo, and you can find it here and here.


It's digital and it's available in PRINT!!!!

Pattern book containing Palazzo
The printed version is the best because it's contained in an actual book--a buy-it-in-the-bookstore-book--and I couldn't be more excited!







This pattern is a favorite of mine because it is soooooo very versatile when it comes to which yarn to choose.

Originally, I did the test knit in a self-striping Noro King, and then I did a second in a solid Knit Picks Stroll sock yarn, and then Knit Picks had it knit up in this gorgeous mustard-y alpaca (Diadem: 50% alpaca/50% silk). Any yarn you knit it with gives you a FABULOUS result, but I wish they would have sent me this silk/alpaca one just for giggles! You can really knit it to whatever length you like, as well, and if you're adventurous, you can seam the ends together and make a sexy cowl.

The pattern can be worked up into really any weight, so you can work up one for every season, not just for stepping out in the Spring. Remember, though, that the heavier the yarn, the wider the scarf.




So skip on over to Ravelry or Knit Picks and order one of these patterns or the book for yourself because, seriously, just between us girls, this is a scarf that you NEED in your closet.



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