Why, yes it is!
This is a scarf I made for a family friend, and it flew off to Australia with my brother when he went home last week.
This time I used Malabrigo Worsted in Lettuce that I picked up from wolwereld.nl and I also decided to add a border which worked very well too.
Instead of using a particular stitch count, what I did was line my stitches up with the middle of the bows and the mid-point of the space between.
5DC in the same stitch, SC in the mid-stitch between the bows, then 5DC in the middle stitch of the bow. This ensured that I didn’t have any left over stitches from mis-counting (which can easily happen when you have a long project to border) and it looks great.
I also used the wonderful hack that I found on Mamachee, so I saved a lot of yarn by not having to do a SC round first. More on that hack in a post coming soon!
Want the pattern? Grab it here: The Candace Scarf.
I freaking love the “lettuce” color.
I really like the colour you’ve gone for! And thanks for sharing the pattern, I’ve added it to the long list of things to make 🙂