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Knitted in Eco Duo yarn (which might be my favorite this season). 70% baby alpaca / 30% merino wool. 54″ long. Color: storm (above); pebble (below).

waverly in action

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At long last, I finally finished my nephew’s Breakwater Crew. And it fits!

Original pattern. Knitted in denim merino wool.

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78″ long. 6.5″ wide. knitted in grey and green merino.

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My first cardigan. 100% fisherman’s wool. Built for maximum comfort.

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Experimenting with draping.

100% fisherman’s wool.

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Men’s Breakwater Crew in sable fisherman’s wool. Worn by Wil Petre.

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A variation on the Ryerson Scarf, the Clay Scarf is half as wide, lighter, and built without a mobius. Try it by itself or twist two together for a pop of color.

 

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Mimi really loved the look of the Wythe Scarf, so I made her this one custom one in Woodlands — a rich mixture of turquoise and umber shades. Pretty lady!

 

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Here’s two of my favorite people wearing two of my favorite scarves.

Katie is wearing the Ainslie Scarf in heather grey.  (This is the first infinite scarf I ever made: my knitwear company didn’t yet have a name, and we called it a scood, a cross between a scarf and a hood.)

David is wearing the Ryerson Scarf in stone.

 

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This just in: Brooker Hollow has now officially been sighted on three continents! A good friend of mine gifted a Keap Scarf to a friend in Russia, who sent these photos back of her wearing her new Brooker Hollow infinite scarf. It looks beautiful on her!

 



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