Sharmila Scarf  Collection Three Beginner level knit scarves in one pattern. Perfect for a new knitter who wants to try out some new stitch ideas without being overly intimidated. Each pattern requires 2-3 balls of our Freia Flux yarns. Suggested Needle Size 6mm, US 10 for all scarves Finished Sizes from 52" to 58" long, 4 1/2" to 7" wide o #1: Diagonal Drop Stitch o #2: Yarn Transitioning with Ridges o #3: Tweed in Open Rib Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Yarn Over $5.50
Sonoma Lace Scarf by Tina Whitmore Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Grapevine Suggested Needle Size 3.25mm, US 4 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 53” long, 16” wide Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Radiance Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple leaf lace pattern motif worked into a triangular kerchief. Shown here in one ball of our Freia Sport Ombré yarn in Flare. Finished dimensions 34” across, 15” deep. Scarf can also be enlarged by alternating two or three balls of the same color, thereby further extending the color gradation. Worked flat on circular needles. Both charted and written instructions included. Needles: 4.5mm / US7, 24” circular needles suggested Gauge 20 sts/27 rows over 4” in stockinette Required Skills: Knit, Purl. $5.50
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Kanab Creek Shawl by Tina Whitmore Feather and Fan undulations are accompanied by a dramatic drop stitch for this elegant wrap. Color transitions slowly across the length of the shawl. Shown here in two balls of our Freia Fingering Merino/Silk Ombré yarn in River (can equally substitute our ombré fingering Shawl Balls) Finished dimensions about 14” wide and about 50”long. Scarf size is easily modified by adding or subtracting repeats US5 needles $.5.50
OMBRÉ Shawl and Scarf Patterns
Overcrossing Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple, quick single skein shawlette worked in our Fingering weight Ombré yarn - shown in Metal Earth Shawl Ball and below in Moab A repeating crossover stitch makes the knitting go fast and fun! Gauge 24sts/32 rows over 4" in stockinette on 4mm / US 6 needles One size but can be easily modified by adding repeats or changing yarn weight. Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Kfb, Yrn (yarn round needle - explained in pattern). Knitted from center out. Our video tutorial is here for the Crossover Stitch $5.50
You Look Gradient by John Brinegar Knitwear artist and designer John Brinegar takes our super bulky to the extreme by working two balls at a time to create this extra chunky gradient cable knit scarf. Shown here in Ice Queen, the scarf will need four balls of our super bulky yarn to complete. US 50 / 25mm needles Approx 12” wide, 58" long Skills: Knit, Cable knitting $5.50
Palmira Triangular Scarf by Tina Whitmore For this shawl I was inspired by the concept of interlocking palm leaves. I chose two contrasting Ombré shades  in dark colors of greys and black with a pop of yellow. The second sample is made with our neon colors, using a semi solid in glowing purple (Thistle) to contrast the range of fluorescent to pastel orange colors found in the Ombré (Neon).This is an attention holding project employing the simplicity of garter stitch for a nice combination of both a satisfying and relaxing knit. Requires 2 balls of Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré  100% US Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/approx.430 yards each. Shown here with one ball in Oro Azteca (MC) and one ball in Cloud (CC) US 5/3.75mm needles 32” (or longer) circular needles. (or size required to obtain gauge), a tapestry needle for finishing.  One size Skills: Knit, Purl, make 1, simple short rows $5.50
Antheraea by Heidi Schultz Antheraea is a genus of moths which includes silk moths. The wingspan of the shawl echoes the curvature of the moths’ wings while the Ombré yarn provides the markings. The way shapes and colors combine in nature are a big source of inspiration for me, the world of insects is particularly rich in ideas. Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Woodsman (one ball). Also shown in Vintage (two balls) and in Krypton (one ball)  Size US4 / 3.5mm 36 inch long (or longer) circular needles, 12 stitch markers,  tapestry needle Finished size o one ball - approximately 36” wingspan and 21” deep, o two balls - approximately 48” wingspan and 28” deep. 6 sts/ inch unblocked. This shawl will grow about 20% after blocking. Skills: Knit, Purl, YO $5.50
Axiom Shawl by Tina Whitmore Concentric Garter Stitch Triangles with a Neon Accent Create a Modern Triangular Shawl Freia Fine Handpaints Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g / 430 yards each. Shown in one ball each of Krypton and Helium. Needles and notions:  Size US5 36-inch long (or longer) circulars or size needed to obtain gauge. You will find it useful as the shawl gets larger to place the stitches from each edge on its own circular needle. 2 stitch markers, Needle to weave in ends. One Size Skills: Knit, $5.50
Devil's Slide by Heidi Schultz This generously sized bias knit wrap makes clever use of two complementary ombre colorways. Simple eyelet bands add interest to the corner sections while a dramatic feather and fan slide section shows off a contrasting color. Choosing color combinations is as addictive as the knitting! Originally designed as a light wrap for a cousin’s honeymoon, the wrap will work well all year round. The super soft and lofty merino yarn and generous size makes a wonderful wrap for cool spring and summer evenings, while still working well as a scarf for colder fall and winter months. Requires 2 balls of Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré  100% US Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/approx.430 yards each. Shown here with two balls in Espresso (MC) and one ball in Ember( (CC) US4 / 3.5mm needles Finished size approximately approx. 22 inches wide and 70 inches long after blocking $5.50
Ruffle and Twist by Heidi Schultz Inspired by a type of medieval veil, the pleated (or goffered) edge of this crescent shaped neck scarf adds interest, whimsy and texture to a functional and fashionable accessory.   The scarf is knit lengthwise, using short-rows and increases for shaping.   A unique twisted edging at the neck takes advantage of the natural tendency of knit fabric to roll to provide a finished and feminine hem.  Knit in a super-soft yarn, this will quickly become one of your favorite scarves this fall! Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Vamp Size US4 / 3.5mm 36 inch long (or longer) circular needles, stitch markers,  tapestry needle Finished size approximately 65” wingspan and 6” deep 6 sts/ inch unblocked. This shawl will grow about 20% after blocking. Skills: Knit, Purl $5.50
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Lettie Crochet Scarf by Tina Whitmore Multiple layers of leaves of single and treble crochet are works up quickly in our Ombré Worsted and Fingering Yarns for a lush scarf. The layers and changing colors work together for a dramatic effect. Easy enough pattern for advanced beginner crocheters Requires one each size N and size F crochet hooks $5.50
Medialuna Lace Shawl by Tina Whitmore A large arc shaped shawl with ridge accents worked with layered ombre pattern by working from both ends of the same ball of gradient yarn. A simple pattern to really show off the color shift in the yarn. Perfect for new knitters who want to try working with a lace, or experienced knitters who want a simple quick project. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Coho, also shown in one Fingering Shawl Ball in Chinook Suggested Needle Size 3.75mm, US 5 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 48” Wingspan , 18” deep Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Shifting Sands Shawl by Tina Whitmore Worked from the neck out, this shawl plays with seemingly random fan and feather type of pattern to create softly undulating stitches reminiscent of the tidal ripples left on the sand. The shawl is finished with a slightly ruffled edge to extend the wave effect. Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Aurora Suggested Needle Size 4mm, US 6 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: approximately 50” wingspan and 14.5” deep. Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Ruffle and Twist by Heidi Schultz Inspired by a type of medieval veil, the pleated (or goffered) edge of this crescent shaped neck scarf adds interest, whimsy and texture to a functional and fashionable accessory.   The scarf is knit lengthwise, using short-rows and increases for shaping.   A unique twisted edging at the neck takes advantage of the natural tendency of knit fabric to roll to provide a finished and feminine hem.  Knit in a super- soft yarn, this will quickly become one of your favorite scarves this fall! Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Vamp Size US4 / 3.5mm 36 inch long (or longer) circular needles, stitch markers,  tapestry needle Finished size approximately 65” wingspan and 6” deep 6 sts/ inch unblocked. This shawl will grow about 20% after blocking. Skills: Knit, Purl $5.50
Axiom Shawl by Tina Whitmore Concentric Garter Stitch Triangles with a Neon Accent Create a Modern Triangular Shawl Freia Fine Handpaints Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g / 430 yards each. Shown in one ball each of Krypton and Helium. Needles and notions:  Size US5 36-inch long (or longer) circulars or size needed to obtain gauge. You will find it useful as the shawl gets larger to place the stitches from each edge on its own circular needle. 2 stitch markers, Needle to weave in ends. One Size Skills: Knit, $5.50
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Radiance Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple leaf lace pattern motif worked into a triangular kerchief. Shown here in one ball of our Freia Sport Ombré yarn in Flare. Finished dimensions 34” across, 15” deep. Scarf can also be enlarged by alternating two or three balls of the same color, thereby further extending the color gradation. Worked flat on circular needles. Both charted and written instructions included. Needles: 4.5mm / US7, 24” circular needles suggested Gauge 20 sts/27 rows over 4” in stockinette Required Skills: Knit, Purl. $5.50
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Kanab Creek Shawl by Tina Whitmore Feather and Fan undulations are accompanied by a dramatic drop stitch for this elegant wrap. Color transitions slowly across the length of the shawl. Shown here in two balls of our Freia Fingering Merino/Silk Ombré yarn in River (can equally substitute our ombré fingering Shawl Balls) Finished dimensions about 14” wide and about 50”long. Scarf size is easily modified by adding or subtracting repeats US5 needles $.5.50
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OMBRÉ Shawl & Scarf Patterns
Overcrossing Shawlette by Tina Whitmore Simple, quick single skein shawlette worked in our Fingering weight Ombré yarn - shown in Metal Earth Shawl Ball and below in Moab A repeating crossover stitch makes the knitting go fast and fun! Gauge 24sts/32 rows over 4" in stockinette on 4mm / US 6 needles One size but can be easily modified by adding repeats or changing yarn weight. Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Kfb, Yrn (yarn round needle - explained in pattern). Knitted from center out. Our video tutorial is here for the Crossover Stitch $5.50
Sonoma Lace Scarf by Tina Whitmore Diamond shaped panels of trellis and leaves surrounded by a slim garter stitch border travel the length of this single ball project. Pattern is charted and easy to memorize after the first few repeats. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Grapevine Suggested Needle Size 3.25mm, US 4 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 53” long, 16” wide Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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Sharmila Scarf  Collection Three Beginner level knit scarves in one pattern. Perfect for a new knitter who wants to try out some new stitch ideas without being overly intimidated. Each pattern requires 2-3 balls of our Freia Flux yarns. Suggested Needle Size 6mm, US 10 for all scarves Finished Sizes from 52" to 58" long, 4 1/2" to 7" wide o #1: Diagonal Drop Stitch o #2: Yarn Transitioning with Ridges o #3: Tweed in Open Rib Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Yarn Over $5.50
Chutes & Ladders
Double Dutch
Lattice Rib Tweed
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Lettie Crochet Scarf by Tina Whitmore Multiple layers of leaves of single and treble crochet are works up quickly in our Ombré Worsted and Fingering Yarns for a lush scarf. The layers and changing colors work together for a dramatic effect. Easy enough pattern for advanced beginner crocheters Requires one each size N and size F crochet hooks $5.50
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You Look Gradient by John Brinegar Knitwear artist and designer John Brinegar takes our super bulky to the extreme by working two balls at a time to create this extra chunky gradient cable knit scarf. Shown here in Ice Queen, the scarf will need four balls of our super bulky yarn to complete. US 50 / 25mm needles Approx 12” wide, 58" long Skills: Knit, Cable knitting $5.50
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Antheraea by Heidi Schultz Antheraea is a genus of moths which includes silk moths. The wingspan of the shawl echoes the curvature of the moths’ wings while the Ombré yarn provides the markings. The way shapes and colors combine in nature are a big source of inspiration for me, the world of insects is particularly rich in ideas. Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Woodsman (one ball). Also shown in Vintage (two balls) and in Krypton (one ball)  Size US4 / 3.5mm 36 inch long (or longer) circular needles, 12 stitch markers,  tapestry needle Finished size o one ball - approximately 36” wingspan and 21” deep, o two balls - approximately 48” wingspan and 28” deep. 6 sts/ inch unblocked. This shawl will grow about 20% after blocking. Skills: Knit, Purl, YO $5.50
Palmira Triangular Scarf by Tina Whitmore For this shawl I was inspired by the concept of interlocking palm leaves. I chose two contrasting Ombré shades  in dark colors of greys and black with a pop of yellow. The second sample is made with our neon colors, using a semi solid in glowing purple (Thistle) to contrast the range of fluorescent to pastel orange colors found in the Ombré (Neon).This is an attention holding project employing the simplicity of garter stitch for a nice combination of both a satisfying and relaxing knit. Requires 2 balls of Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré  100% US Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/approx.430 yards each. Shown here with one ball in Oro Azteca (MC) and one ball in Cloud (CC) US 5/3.75mm needles 32” (or longer) circular needles. (or size required to obtain gauge), a tapestry needle for finishing.  One size Skills: Knit, Purl, make 1, simple short rows $5.50
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Devil's Slide by Heidi Schultz This generously sized, bias knit wrap makes clever use of two complementary ombre colorways. Simple eyelet bands add interest to the corner sections while a dramatic feather and fan slide section shows off a contrasting color. Choosing color combinations is as addictive as the knitting! Originally designed as a light wrap for a cousin’s honeymoon, the wrap will work well all year round. The super soft and lofty merino yarn and generous size makes a wonderful wrap for cool spring and summer evenings, while still working well as a scarf for colder fall and winter months. US4 / 3.5mm needles Finished size approximately approx. 22 inches wide and 70 inches long after blocking Skills: Knit, $5.50
Medialuna Lace Shawl by Tina Whitmore A large arc shaped shawl with ridge accents worked with layered ombre pattern by working from both ends of the same ball of gradient yarn. A simple pattern to really show off the color shift in the yarn. Perfect for new knitters who want to try working with a lace, or experienced knitters who want a simple quick project. Shown in one ball of Ombré Lace in Coho, also shown in one Fingering Shawl Ball in Chinook Suggested Needle Size 3.75mm, US 5 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: 48” Wingspan , 18” deep Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
Shifting Sands Shawl by Tina Whitmore Worked from the neck out, this shawl plays with seemingly random fan and feather type of pattern to create softly undulating stitches reminiscent of the tidal ripples left on the sand. The shawl is finished with a slightly ruffled edge to extend the wave effect. Freia Fine Handpaint Ombré Merino Fingering Shawl Ball 100g/430 yards each. Shown in Aurora Suggested Needle Size 4mm, US 6 Finished dimensions in yarn as shown: approximately 50” wingspan and 14.5” deep. Required Skills: Knit, Purl, Increasing, Decreasing $5.50
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