Circles Scarf Update

Here is the photo of my latest interpretation of Linda Permann’s Circles Scarf Crochet pattern which first appeared in the November 2010 issue of Inside Crochet Magazine. I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last. I’ve loved making so many verisons of this, more importantly I “met” the designer (OK, so only in a virtual sense, but if Linda ever travels across the pond I’ll do my best to make sure we meet in person). Even better than making my own versions has been the enthusiasm of so many beginner crocheters at Fibre + Clay,  who have loved the simplicty of this design and the chance to follow a pattern and create a piece of fabric  all  their own.

The pattern is now available on Ravelry (hurrah!), so hopefully many more lovely versions will be online soon for us all to admire.

I’m hoping Linda won’t mind that I’ve “tweaked” this version a fair bit. It’s made with the beautiful hand dyed Shailasdair Luxury 4 ply from the Isle of Skye and I only had 1 skein. It’s currently on display at Fibre + Clay, so you can judge for yourself how soft  it is.

You might also be interested in this interview with Linda Permann over on Vickie Howell’s Blog.

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  1. This is also on the ‘almost’ list…I have almost made one of these. x


  2. Ali

     /  May 11, 2011

    OOh its beautiful Tracey….the fringe looks like tiny water droplets… x


  3. hcsylvia

     /  May 13, 2011

    I love those dingly bits….yes, tiny water droplets is a much better description…..your creativity encouraged to pop into Fibre and Clay and get Riana’s brain thinking about how to explain to do them! New, smaller hook bought and experimenting with the water droplets! Thanks Tracey x


  4. Tracey Todhunter

     /  May 13, 2011

    You’re very welcome. I did put a couple of tips under the Ravelry comments, which I hope will help you. I’m thinking maybe a photot tutorial on here might be useful. Let me know how you get on.


  5. I love this Tracey!!! The color is so beautiful and it really has a nice shape to it once knitted.


  6. Tracey Todhunter

     /  May 20, 2011

    Thank you Valarie, this is on my list of gifts to make. Such a simple pattern and so effective.


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