Supporting our Yarn Friends in North Carolina

Now through October 15th 100% of funds we receive from ravelry sales of our Camille Scarf pattern will be donated to two of our yarn friends who lost nearly everything in the storms in North Carolina.

Mary Beth Temple lost her home and nearly everything she owns. We want to help Mary Beth get back to normal as quickly as possible. You can also purchase any patterns from Mary Beth’s ravelry shop as a way to support her financially.

Peggy, owner of The Salty Sheep, lost both her home and her yarn shop. She and her family are working hard to get up and running again. She has already found a new location for the shop, that’s how determined she is to rebuild.

The best way to help is to provide financial support so the receivers are completely free to get the things they need most in each moment. Thank you for for joining us in support of these awesome people.

Camille Scarf is designed to use one skein of Anzula Cricket or Lucero and is shown here in our Veiled Alice colorway. You can use 250 yards of any DK yarn to make this pattern.

It’s also very easy to modify for other yarn weights. Using 2 skeins of For Better or Worsted, or another worsted weight yarn, will make a larger scarf. If you have lighter yarn, like a fingering or sport, you can cast on extra stitches in multiples of 4 to make it the width you like and then knit until you like the length or almost run out, just leave enough to bind off!

You can purchase the Camille Scarf and help wonderful yarn-y people here -

You can find our Veiled Alice colorway in these shops:

The Knitted Purl - Oyster Bay, NY
Knit One Purl Two - Rockford, IL
The Stitch Niche - Lexington, KY
Knitique - Elk Grove, CA
The Nifty Knitter - Issaquah, MI
Avenue Yarns - Berkley, CA
Spun - Ann Arbor, MI
The Yarn Queens - Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand