My Jharana Scarf pattern is now available through the Independent Designers Program!
Like its name, the Hindi word for waterfall, this lace scarf cascades over your shoulders. The wavy border and the mesh center are worked all in one piece. The rich color, subtle sheen, and great stitch definition of KnitPicks Gloss make it a wonderful yarn to show off the stitch pattern.
When I made the sample, I used every inch of the yarn and had a 9″x48″ scarf. Gauge isn’t crucial for this pattern, but if you think you’ll want it longer than this I definitely recommend getting a second skein. I loved working with this yarn 🙂
Wow…I can’t believe it’s been an entire month since I’ve posted. I’ve certainly been busy, though, since it is recital season and I have hundreds of dance costumes to alter. Most of them are simple, but there are some that are going to be a royal pain in the butt.
I’ve been (mostly) keeping up with my photo project. I have to admit to a teeny bit of “cheating”, but I’m not going to let it stop me. Here is my March Mosaic:
If you’re on Ravelry, we’ve got a group going for this Project 365…come join us!