I have finally finished the pattern for my Ruffles and Ridges Wrap and it is now available for sale in my Ravelry store.
We did the photo-shoot yesterday. Doesn’t my model, Jennifer, look gorgeous? (I’d hate her, but she is too nice for me to be able to do so.)
There was a slight breeze so we got a couple of photos that nicely show off the ruffles:
These were taken on the roof of the building where I work. I like the background!
The pattern includes:
- Modifications for knitting this design by weight of your skein so you can use the entire skein of yarn.
- Modifications for making this design a triangular shawlette that comes to a point at the center rather than a long wrap with a gently curved bottom edge.
- Information for making this pattern in different yarn weights.
- Blocking Tips for information on blocking your garter stitch wrap.
- Short Row Ruffle Photo Tutorial for information on how to execute the wrap and turn technique to create the ruffles.
The whole pattern is 10 pages long, but if you want to print only the pattern, you only need to print 3 pages — 2 if you don’t need the page with materials, abbreviations, etc.
Current Work in Progress
I’m still working along on my current ruffled scarf:
I’ve still got a way to go on this — not a whole lot of knitting time this week.
No, I will not call the pattern Lasagne Noodle Scarf. Nor will I call it Sea Slug Scarf.
And here, for no particular reason, is Lucy in a tray.