The Artfully Simple Infinity Scarf is beautifully unique, light and lacy with a touch of sparkle. It adds the wow factor to any outfit and makes a great gift!
This scarf hangs in a wonderful drape and is sure to be a great addition to your collection.
The technique used in crocheting this beautiful scarf allows for a unique one-of-a-kind accessory. No two are identical.
There are a number of ways it can be worn as you can see from the pictures.
The button tie is optional and comes off or can be moved for versatility.
Very lightweight, perfect as a Spring or Summer accent. But, warm enough when doubled to wear in the cooler months.
98% Acrylic 2% Polyester in shade Rainbow
Care: Machine wash, warm water, gentle cycle. Do not bleach. Machine dry, gentle, no heat. Do not iron. Drycleanable: any solvent except Trichloroethylene.
Pattern by Tamara Kelly of Moogly.com
Free p&p within the U.K. Please contact me for a cost price quote for postage overseas.
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Karen HunterKnits by Karen
When I was 25 I became ill, but they didn’t know what was wrong as all my tests came back clear. Eventually they took me to theatre to open me up to see what was going on. My colon ruptured on the table and I woke up with an Ileostomy, it was later discovered that I had Crohn’s Disease. It was hard to come to terms with having to wear a bag for the rest of my life. Over the next 13 years I was in and out of hospital for various procedures and operations. In 2008 I was taken in so they could remove adhesions as they were pulling the stoma back inside me. The operation went well and I was recovering, until 10 days later, when I was in an awful lot of pain, it turned out my bowel had strangulated itself, so back to theatre where they removed even more of my bowel. I then contracted MRSA, Septicaemia and internal bleeding. I’ve been diagnosed with Abdominal Cutaneous Nerve Entrapment Syndrome and I’m in constant pain. I have knitted since I was about 5 years old, mostly for my sisters children or for charity. A neighbour asked me to knit a hat for her son and she was so pleased with it she told me I should be selling them. It took a lot of persuasion but Knits by Karen was born.