My father used to love to recite the Prologue from the Canterbury Tales and the first few lines are perfect for today:
The droghte of March hath perced to the roote,
And bathed every veyne in swich licóur
Of which vertú engendred is the flour;
Geoffrey Chaucer (~1340-1400)
This is the Grayswood Scarf and it's perfect for Spring‐time layering. The scarf is worked in a deliciously soft wool‐mix yarn, Willow and Lark 'Nest'. This includes merino and cashmere for warmth and is blended with a touch of Tencel to give a wonderful crispness and drape to the finished item.
The stitch works especially well in a long project such the Grayswood Scarf as this helps to accentuate the graceful lines of the ribs separating the lace panels.
For more details about the Grayswood Scarf pattern, please click here. The pattern is available for instant download from the site so you can start your knitting today.
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Until next time – Happy Spring Knitting!
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Many thanks to my husband Tim for his gorgeous photo of last year's cherry blossoms! I’m waiting impatiently for this year's to appear... To see more of his photos, please see his Flickr site.
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