Saturday, June 26, 2021


Churchmouse Yarns has a new pattern for a scarf knit in Rowan’s Cotton Cashmere. You can download the pattern for free on Churchmouse’s website.

A shallow, garter-stitch triangle, this free pattern is a breeze to knit! Long, tapered ends offer tons of styling and tying options, while an eyelet edging adds interest. Three-color stripes shine in this scarf’s clean simplicity. Pick tonal shades for a gentle touch, or pick high-contrast hues for a bit more punch! 

Rowan Cotton Cashmere makes this simple scarf an excellent choice for when the breeze picks up or the sun goes down. Lightweight and so soft, this DK-weight yarn seamlessly combines the cool strength of cotton with the soft warmth of cashmere. It’s lightweight, creates clear stitch definition, and lovely drape. Plus, its palette of fresh, tonal shades is perfect for stripes!

See all the colours of Cotton Cashmere. You need one ball each of 3 colours for the scarf.

There is life in the garden. We should see lots of flowers soon.

This Hydrangea was an indoor plant that we put in the garden three years ago. I have babied this thing. Watered it when the leaves looked droopy. Gave it Miracle Grow. No flowers. It looks like we’re getting some this summer.

I did some rows on Cinnabar this afternoon. The second ball of Versus (four in total) has been joined and I should be joining the second ball of Dyed in the Wool (three in total) tonight.

Here is a sneak peek at stitch markers that will be coming mid July. 

Now it’s time to knit! 

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