Bamboo Flower Scarflette
I fell over this pattern, when I was searching for spring patterns on Ravelry. I was looking for a scarf that was easy to make, pretty and comes with a chart. Charts are simply a neccessity for me, else I don’t get the project done. I simply hate noodling around with written only instructions.
Yarn The mauve scarflette: 1 skein Livorno from Wilferts. 50 g – 1,76 ounces, 150 m – 164 yards. 54 % cotton, 32% viscose, 14 % linen, shade #206.
The blue scarflette: 2 skeins DROPS, Cotton Viscose, 54 % cotton, 46 % viscose, 50g, 110m – 1,76 ounces, 120 yards, shade #12 Seaweed. This is a shiny sport weight yarn.
Hook 5 mm US: 8/H
Pattern Bamboo Flower Scarflette by Andrea Graciarena. Bought on Ravelry.
The yarns were worked double stranded and the finished scarflettes are very light and airy. The mauve color is muted and resembles rosewood, which was a very fashionable color a couple of years ago. The blue color has a more vivid touch to it.
After finishing the pieces were wet blocked, so the flowers come out nicely.
You can tie the scarflette in different ways and thereby get different looks: