I love sock yarn and I love to make socks, but sometimes I look for a different project for some of the ultra glamorous skeins of hand dyed sock yarns. Scarfluffle by Sarah Keller is an excellent pattern if you have that skein of sock yarn that has been begging you to make something other than socks.
This pattern can easily be adjusted for any size you want because it begins at one tip and ends at the other. The scarf is worked back and forth with a lace edge increasing for the first half of your yarn and then changes to a decrease sequence to narrow down to the other tip. The project that is pictured here used two skeins of Jitterbug in the color Rio.
From the artisans at Colinette this yarn is crafted out of a wondrously soft 4-ply fingering weight merino wool. This hand dyed yarn is available in such a large array of colorways that it will be hard for you to pick your favorite color. You can purchase this pattern by clicking here. Thank you to Sandy for letting us photograph her beautiful work. -B