Industrial Revolution Scarf: New Pattern


It was the first taste of a little bit of chilly weather, and it made me want to go all cozy with cables and textures. After tech editing, a photoshoot and some pattern layout, the Industrial Revolution Scarf is ready!


Why Industrial Revolution? Well, mostly I was thinking about the name of the yarn, which is Brass and Steam, which got me thinking about people keeping nice and warm in steampunk-era London or the USA. This seems like the kind of handknitted cravat a gentleman inventor might wear, or a lady might tuck demurely under her overdress. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

It works up quickly with just one skein of worsted weight yarn (of course, you can make it longer simply by continuing to repeat the special stitch pattern.)OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

You may remember the work-in-progress from the cabling tutorial I sent out last month!

As a special treat for l all you lovely knitters, I’m debuting it for free for just this weekend! Head to Ravelry for your free Industrial Revolution download.

And, of course, if you’d like to make it up in the yarn shown, you can click on over to the Knitcircus Shop for the Industrial Revolution Scarf Kit.

Happy knitting,


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