There are going to be a lot of warm wieners out there–after just one week of sales, the Wurstwärmer pattern has raised $140.40 for the Michigan Animal Rescue League! I made a donation to MARL yesterday, and will keep making donations at the end of every month, as long as folks keep buying the pattern.
Thanks everyone for your generosity!
And, as an extra thank-you, please enjoy this new free scarf pattern!
This scarf offers all the élan of a feather boa, but none of the social or professional consequences of wearing one to work. Leda is as light as a feather, with the lofty warmth of alpaca. (For a Spring or Fall scarf, just substitute a less toasty fingering-weight yarn.)
Suitable for a first lace project, the stitch pattern should also hold the attention of more experienced laceknitters. The pattern includes written instructions and two charts. The lace pattern only appears in chart form–there are no written lace instructions included.
− 1 skein (450 yards) Classic Elite Alpaca Sox or other fingering-weight yarn
– US 4 (3.5mm) circular needle, or size needed to get gauge
– 2 stitch markers
– tapestry needle