Next up is a pattern for all you Tencel fans!
‘Love you forever’ is a wonderfully sweet and deceptively simple pattern, designed as a perfect accompaniment for Flora Fibres Yarn Tencel yarn. The repeating heart lace pattern is only 12 rows long, making it suitable for most abilities from confident beginners onwards, and all stitches used in the pattern are fully explained.
The incredibly soft and silky feeling Tencel yarn makes this scarf feel delightful to the touch, while the breathable fibres will help keep you cosy but not overheated. The finished scarf also drapes beautifully, so it is sure to become a wardrobe favourite. Wear it out and about to keep you cosy, or wear it all day as a fabulous addition to your outfit!
Same as with Lovers Lattice, this is a free pattern to provide you with some inspiration for what to use the lovely Tencel yarn for. And if you make one please do tag me, I’d love to see!
Love you forever scarf
I really love the stitch in this pattern: the interlocking leaves are so elegant, yet actually quite simple to create. This makes it an excellent first lace project, as there aren’t very many stitches required to create the pattern.
The set is a perfect one for any time of day: it’s so comfy you can wear it all day, and so classy you can also wear it out at night!
The pattern includes several clever design features, such as on the hat where the leaf pattern continues all the way to the crown, so there is no break in the pattern and leaves cover the whole hat; and the scarf is edged using seed stitch to prevent it from curling over.
The pattern includes instructions for two different hat sizes: S/M (teenage/small adult) and M/L (adult), and a one size fits all scarf, with both written instructions and a pattern chart.
You can view the pattern page on Ravelry here or you can
*Note: this pattern was published before I switched to only using vegan yarns, and so it calls for a yarn which I would no longer use myself. I’ve not yet found a yarn I’m completely happy to do a straight substitute with, so if any of you have any great suggestions, please comment below and let me know! Once I have found a cellulose yarn that works well with the pattern, I will update it.