A new take on the knitted scarf

Skinny Scarf Pattern Collection Spring is upon us, and as the temperature rises, knitting scarves, especially oversized, thick winter versions are non-existent on your project list, but hold-on.   With endless styling possibilities, this new knitted accessory is great for adding effortless style to your wardrobe.  Whether you drape, loop or tie them up, these thin scarves will add flair to any neckline, from edgy to sophisticated.

Beautiful hues of Woolfolk Sno and Tynd, makes this a new go-to accessory, perfect for spring outfits.  The pattern trio includes 3 options, a chevron stripe, a more abstract diagonal stripe and a clean-edged lace.  Each pattern requires only about 260 yds of fingering-weight yarn, so they're perfect stash busters.  I suggest going pure lux and using the Woolfolk…if you haven't worked with this yarn before, you won't believe how soft, cushy yet lightweight it is. 

These scarves transition well to all seasons—drape one to add style to a floral sundress or coil around your neck to form a warming "hug" under your jacket without the bulk. Really into rope tying?  Have a flair for the dramatic?  I have you covered, my friend.  So channel your inner Steven Tyler and get knitting!

I'm offering the Skinny Scarf pattern collection for the introductory price of $4 (reg. $8), good through Sunday 3/19/17.  Use coupon code SKINNY upon checkout.  Offer good only on purchases from pampowersknits.com and Ravelry.com, not valid on previous purchases or purchases from other websites.