Russet Infinity Scarf, handknit scarf, handknit accessory
Russet Infinity Scarf
Infinity scarf featuring stripes of rust, orange, brown, and black
Temari balls and fine handknits by India Tresselt. www.yarndancevt.com This listing on Artizan Made links over to my shop on Etsy. You will be able to see what I have in stock there.
The Russet Infinity Scarf is handknit in linen stitch with sport weight yarn (wool, silk, nylon, mohair blend) in autumn tones of rust, orange, brown, and black. The scarf measures approximately 6″ wide by 28″ long (56″ total circumference) and can be worn in a variety of ways. Hand wash in cool water with gentle soap, dry flat.
Materials: wool, silk, nylon, mohair
Dimensions: approximately 6″ wide by 28″ long (56″ total circumference)
Care: Hand wash in cool water, do not wring, dry flat
I have been a passionate knitter for nearly 30 years, and yarn and needles continue to be my constant companions. But I am also a frustrated, wanna-be weaver, which is why I love linen stitch so much. Most of my scarves, wraps, and shawls are worked in linen stitch, a slip stitch knitting technique that produces a fabric similar in appearance to woven cloth. Elegant and understated when worked in a solid color, linen stitch lends itself beautifully to color work: whether using tonal or variegated yarns, it is a great way to subtly blend or bend colors, or to work very different colors for maximum contrast. The possibilities are endless, and I am eager to explore as many as possible!
Most of my scarves, wraps, and shawls are worked in fine-weight wool or wool blends, including merino wool, silk, mohair, and alpaca, and sometimes cotton, linen, or hemp for warmer seasons and climates. I make traditional flat scarves, often fringed, and infinity scarves. Both can be worn in many ways, and are equally suited to wearing outside with coats and jackets, or to providing a pop of warmth and color indoors with any outfit. And all my accessory knits make beautiful backdrops for pins, shawl pins, or brooches.
Each of my accessory handknits is a one-of-a-kind creation. I am happy to discuss commissions, so if you see something you like but would prefer a different fiber or color, please contact me.
I am a fiber artist from the Champlain Valley of northwestern Vermont. Knitting, temari balls, embroidery, color, and fiber are my passions. My work may also be found on my website, on Facebook, and on Instagram.
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