Knittique's knitwear samples are now available at Colormusing! These are all one-of-a-kind pieces, made during the development of original knitwear patterns, using Knittique's own Scraplet Skeins, for truly unique accessories that will express your individualist style.
Like this color palette? Get the palette, with color specifications and editable layers, to use in your own projects!
Sample pricing: Since this piece has been worn occasionally by models (including Lola the Mannequin), and tried on in yarn stores during trunk shows, we are offering this sample at a very special price— but remember that we only have one!
The Scraplet Skeins™ Keyhole Scarf in Carmel Blue Fuchsia: This fun scarf is also practical— the wide end keeps your upper body warm, while the narrow end easily wraps around your neck. And the keyhole opening lets you pull the narrow end through to fasten your scarf, rather than trying to knot it. And this is one of my favorite colorways, named after the Carmel Blue Fuchsia, a gorgeous variety of that special flowering plant.
PLEASE NOTE that the colors (and color sequence) are shown most accurately in the color card (3rd photo).
Size: One size. The Carmel Blue Fuchsia Keyhole Scarf measures approximately 19" across the wide end, 7.5" across the narrow end, and 37" long overall.
Materials: There are more than 20 different yarns in this capelet, including wool, mohair, silk, alpaca, cotton, angora, rayon/viscose, bamboo, nylon, acrylic, and polyester.
Care: Occasional hand-washing is good for these high-quality fibers; simply soak in cool water with a gentle detergent (or any of the products made specifically for hand-knitted pieces), rinse gently in cool water, squeeze out as much water as possible without wringing, and lay flat to dry.
Get this pattern: If you'd like to make your own version of this scarf, the pattern is free on the Knittique website! (To make the style shown here, you'll need just 1 Scraplet Skein.) And although the Carmel Blue Fuchsia Scraplet Skeins colorway shown here is sold out (sorry about that), there are plenty of beautiful colors available in the Knittique section.