Spring Fever by Amy Miller is a fresh take on the traditional rugby scarf. With endless striping possibilities this gorgeous accessory is the perfect canvas to reflect your colour personality. Work it as a gradient or opt for 8 completely different shades. The beauty of a simple concept like this one is its versatility – it can be as wild or as sophisticated as you like depending on your colour choices and the size makes it wearable as both a scarf or a wrap. A great way to use up any fingering weight bases in your stash – especially leftovers from previous projects.
Uses 1 skein each of 8 different colours – approximately 220 yds / 201 m each
Yarn options we’re considering (because you know we can’t resist this kind of project) are Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light, Julie Asselin Fino, Shibui Staccato, SweetGeorgia Yarns CashLuxe Fine, or even Sandnesgarn Mandarin Petit. Or what about Shibui Linen for a true summer version. Stay tuned… 🙂
Let us know if you cast on for Spring Fever and what yarns and colours you choose. We can’t wait to see finished versions of these as they are added to Ravelry!