Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf – Free Pattern

Skye Yarn is one of our most popular yarns this fall. It’s a noticeably heavy yarn that is surprisingly easy to work with once you get going. The textures crafted with this 100% acrylic super bulky roving yarn are amazing. It’s perfect for weighted blankets and warm chunky scarfs.

 

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One of the first things you notice with the Skye Yarn is how beautifully packaged it is.  Even opening the box is exciting!

Skye yarn is available in 4 beautifully variegated colors:  Minted Ice, Hydro, Silver Plum, Winter Bark.  Each color is variegated for a beautifully subtle striping effect.  We knitted our Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf in Hydro.

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Take a look at a preview of our Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf Tutorial below

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What you Need

Want to knit yourself a Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf?  Here is what you need!

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Purchase your Skye Yarn and Needles at www.marymaxim.com and take advantage of $5 flat rate regular shipping when you spend $40 or more, ends Sunday, September 23rd.  Get ready we are releasing our Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf pattern and tutorial next week!

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Love this Skye Knit Throw?  Get it here!

Stay Tuned

Stay Tuned for the Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf and part 2 of the Rustic Pumpkin Review from Life and Yarn.  We’ll also be featuring The Alice Headband designed with our Woodlands Yarn by Teagan & Lu, our Ragg ‘D Anne Beanie and NEW Make- Along Videos Featuring the Spooky Halloween Plastic Canvas and the Autumn Harvest Plastic Canvas.

 

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Gwen Bautista

I was introduced to the fiber arts like many crafters by my great-grandmother. She was determined that if I ever needed to repair some socks or make myself a sweater then I would know how. Little did she know that it has led to a rather large yarn hoarding addiction and fascination with needles. As a life long crafter I am always learning new techniques and improving my skills.

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