Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Light Green Zig Zag Scarf

Happy September! I just love this month.

I made this lightweight green scarf as a thank you gift, but I thought I'd show it off here before giving it away.

The color and pattern remind me of this time of year--late summer--when you can still run zig zags through grassy fields, and if you take a moment to watch the trees you'll see some green leaves making an early descent, spiraling through the sky.

The cool weather here in Louisville means that this scarf can be worn now for early morning meanderings and evening porch-sitting.

This picture is to give a sense of the length. It's long enough to double up (see top picture) and will keep you warm, but not so long that you look like a mummy by the time you get it all wrapped around you.


It's the same pattern as the headband/cowl I made a while back. This pattern is easy and the rows are short, so it makes for quick work. For example, if you're taking a break from reading at the library, you can crochet about 4 rows in less than 15 minutes. It'll make you feel like you're really accomplishing something.

Here it is on my Ravelry page: Light Green Zig Zag Scarf.


  1. Allison..! I love this little scarf - and I love it even more because of your description about how it's good for early morning walks and evening perfect. So timely. So nice that your craft is so in tune with the seasons.... I love it.

  2. These are great pictures. I love the way the light hits the scarf!

  3. aww, thanks for the kind comments you guys!


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