The Neck’s Big Thing

With it Summer may bring beaches, holidays, seafood and ice-cream, but Autumn has its own benefits to pride itself on. Experiencing the comfort of those soft, fluffy slippers that you would have sweltered in a couple of months ago… The crackle of a dry leaf when you step on it (you spotted it lying there and went for it, didn’t you?)… Enjoying hot drinks again for more than just their caffeine content…

Yep, Autumn isn’t half bad!

Do you know what else Autumn is good for? Scarves! It’s getting cool enough in the morning that they are nice to have on when you’re leaving the house. Because they are a fairly quick knitting project, if you wear your old ones in the mornings for now while you knit a new one, it can be ready for when it’s cool enough to wear it all day (and it won’t be long!).

We have some new scarf patterns that are really lovely, and when made in different colour combinations, look great on both men and women.

 

Crown Street Scarf

One of the Morris and Sons team, Adelaide, has been in London recently, and has seen a number of scarves being worn that look quite similar to this gem!

Crown St Scarf

Crown St Scarf2

 

Abe Scarf

The pattern for this scarf gives instructions for an adults’ and a kids’ size, so this can be knitted up for the whole family! Think of this black and white picture as a (nearly) blank canvas. Picture the colours you would knit this in for your kids, grandkids, husband or wife, and of course, what colours would you pick for yourself?

Abe Scarf

 

Landscape Scarf

Like the Crown Street Scarf, this is a nice, neat, thin scarf – but just because it isn’t chunky, doesn’t mean it isn’t warm! It looks particularly fine with a fringe on the ends, too!

Landscape Scarf

Landscape Scarf2

Landscape Scarf3

 

Keep on enjoying all the great things about Autumn, everyone!

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