New Pattern: The Galahad Scarf!


I just released the Galahad Scarf pattern on Ravelry! Knit in Shelter by Brooklyn Tweed, the pattern is written in two different sizes: Large (shown above in Soot), and small (shown below in Old World).



This pattern was so fun to write. I used StitchMastery for the charts, and while it's definitely buggy on the OS platform, it got the job done. It makes nice, tidy charts, simple to read and follow. While it has some kinks that will need to be ironed out in future updates, Cathy was very responsive and helpful.




I'm really happy with the way the stitch pattern turned out; it's not often that an idea in your head plays out so well in the physical realm. Shelter was an absolutely perfect choice for the yarn: it shows the stitch definition of the grid, and the tweed adds a classic touch. The woolen-spun yarn (100% American made, I might add) makes for a scarf that's as warm as it is lightweight. It's an easy accessory to wear, perfect for a crisp autumn day.




Next up is the Galahad Hat pattern, I'll post here once that's ready for release. If you have any questions about the scarf, you can find me on Ravelry as kerryrobb, or head to my Contact page for email info. Hope you enjoy this pattern!

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