Kri Kerchief Revamped

I had a lot of fun with this one. The Kri Kerchief is a free pattern I made it seems ages ago (the age when I wasn’t a Mom…mentally that was eons ago) and I recently decided it needed an update. A super special yarn (Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool) really pushed this simple kerchief over the edge for me.

I loved the original, and wore it all the time after I made it. It sits now among my unworn woollies, and I do still like it. However, I think it’s time for a more sophisticated piece for a (hopefully…I try) more sophisticated me.

Check out my Flickr if you’re interested in a photo of the original.

These days a photo shoot for my handknits has to involve the girls. So while my wonderful husband is taking photos I’m doing this…

And a little bit of this…

As tough as it is sometimes, my life has changed for the better.

Kri-Kerchief free pattern: download now
1 skein Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool, 6.5 sts/inch stockinette stitch on US 4

About Kri

Knitter, weaver, spinner, crocheter, crafter, Mom of 2.
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One Response to Kri Kerchief Revamped

  1. Grammy says:

    Love the kerchief! You made it with one of my favorite colors. Love the girls, too! It looks like you are all enjoying your new back yard. And, by the way, you are definitely more sophisticated in my eyes.

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