Perfect Project to Start the Cold Season - London Scarf + Giveaway!

Cozy, warm and chic, London Knitting Scarf Pattern is must to learn and fast, before we receive the first cold weather! Just need:
Craft: Knitting
Yarn Weight: Medium Weight Yarn
Needle Size: US 10.5 - 6.5mm straight knitting needles
Yardage: 700 yards 
To knit this scarf I used alpaca yarn, but you can use any medium weight yarn to obtein the correct gauge used on this knitting pattern, I designed this scarf using cables and another great knitting stitch, I´m sure you will love it!
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TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY!
All you have to do to participate is comment here your favorite LiliaCraftParty patterns: one on Etsy and another on Ravelry
Just comment here and I will choose a WINNER this Sunday for the first favorite pattern you commented on your response, so make sure that the first one is the one you would like as FREE pattern
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Thank you so much my dears and see you Next week!!!
Love
Lilia!

5 comments:

  1. Oh wow, the scarf is beautiful and the bag is so unique.

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  2. What a lovely scarf! Such a unique and interesting pattern.
    Visiting from Party in your PJs

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    1. Thank you dear and welcome to LiliaCraftParty

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  3. That scarf is so gorgeous! I love alpaca yarn, too - so soft and lovely :)

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