September 21st, 2012

Fiesta Free Scarf Pattern and Yarn Giveaway

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The month of September brings us a new free pattern featuring a Fiesta yarn. This month’s pattern uses Fiesta Gracie Lace. Gracie Lace is a wonderful blend of extrafine merino, silk, and cashmere. The featured color is Vintage.

Gracie Lace Scarf is a lacy scarf that is knit holding the yarn doubled. The finished scarf is long enough to wrap around your neck several times and is incredibly soft.

The lace pattern doesn’t get lost in the color pattern of the yarn. It would look fantastic in any of the Gracie Lace colorways.

The colorway that it is shown in, Vintage, reminds me of fall. It has all the colors that we find on the trees here in New England once they start to change. Autumn is one of my favorite times of year and I love the way the color represents it.

We’re giving away a skein of the yarn and the needles to complete the project. Leave a comment with your favorite way to use lace yarn. You have until Wednesday, September 26th at 9:00am EDT.

Click here for a link to the free pattern.

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Mary

Marketing Manager at WEBS - America's Yarn Store
Mary has worked at WEBS since 2005. She has been knitting since 2000 and also knows how to crochet, spin, and use a rigid heddle loom.
Her favorite color: bright pink
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  • Chelsea W

    I like to use lace yarn to make light shawls and scarves. Thanks for the chance :-)

  • sandee

    would be my first project in lace

  • craftink

    Shawls, or I hold it double for socks and mittens

    craftink on rav

  • http://www.facebook.com/monica.demoss Monica de Moss

    I am new to Lace knitting. At this point I am still into the scarf stage and so would LOVE to win your yarn and try this new pattern!

  • Sherry MacCullouch

    I have made several lace projects and would love to try this yarn for a “clapotis” scarf, which isn’t a lace project, but lace yarn looks beautiful in this running stich scarf. Fine and delicate once it’s blocked.

  • Robin F.

    I love to knit shawls. i have many of them in wonderful colors. Would love to win this yarn and make a new shawl.

  • knittingramma

    Love this scarf! Haven’t done much lace knitting, but prefer scarves and shawls.

  • jr

    Shawl or scarf

  • Rachel Ward

    I’m making wraps like crazy lately.

  • Lori

    My favorite way to use lace is to look at it on my shelf because lace scares me. I’d love to try it out.

  • Fluteolayer7

    Love to knit lace scarves! This yarn and pattern are beautiful together!

  • ann

    Shawls and scarves. This yarn sounds and looks yummy!

  • Donna

    I use lace yarn to knit lace! love this pattern

  • Trina

    After my first lace project 20 years ago I swore to never knit it again however now that I am much more experienced I do it all the time. I don’t know what is my favorite, but I do make alot of socks with lace. I also love scarves and sweaters of lace. Shawls are fun to knit I just haven’t found the best place to wear them. It is a lot of bang for the buck. It always looks complicated, but when you break it down step by step it is easy. Thanks for the chance to win the yarn and needles.

  • Lynette O

    I’m crazy enough to be knitting a sweater with lace weight!

  • Julia A. Forrestall

    I used lace yarn to knit beautiful scarves and shawls. Would love to win this yarn.

  • Domicroche

    My favorite way to use lace yarn is either to knit or crochet a shawl, or to use it doubled for a nice sweater!

  • Elf

    I love the usual wrap and scarves in lace weight, but I LOVE my Silver Lining hat. It’s so warm and I love the design. The reversible aspect makes it wearable with anything.

  • cheryl

    lace weight yarn and a lace shawl pattern – a match made in heaven!

  • EvanstonMichelle

    Since FOs in crochet come out thicker looking than similar FOs that were knit, I like to crochet shawls with fine lace yarn. It’s faster too!

  • Lauri F.

    I love knitting lacy shawls, scarves, smoke rings (hood-like head covering), fingerless gloves. The Gracie Lace yarn colorways look absolutely beautiful.

  • Patrizia

    Love this scarf, so airy….

  • hotknitter

    My fave way to use lace yarn is for knitting shawls. Always love the results.
    hotknitter on rav

  • http://www.facebook.com/teri.crane.9 Teri Crane

    Looks very pretty and a nice pattern

  • http://www.facebook.com/knitterevans Michelle Rutigliano Evans

    Oooooo pretty! I love it! But I love fiesta!

  • Maria

    I’ve just learned how to make lacey scarves, so my fav is to make gorgeous scarves and wraps for my family. It really makes them smile. I will also make some to give to our local assisted living facility. I think everyone deserves a smile and a warm hug.

  • http://www.facebook.com/laura.rumans.9 Laura Rumans

    Knitting lace really holds my interest and I love the results. Blocking lace and seeing the pattern emerge is just the best feeling.

  • Rose

    I love using lace yarn to make shawls or scarves.

    sisterrobinson on ravelry

  • Carol gwillam

    Love lace trim on shawls and vests,makes any simple pattern POP!

  • Vickie

    I love shoulder shawls & shawlettes. Warm, but not bulky.

  • Margaret

    I love using lace for round shawls that can also be used for table covers or sofa back decor

  • Ruby Munoz

    I am working on Knitty’s lingerie socks right now and loving the white lace yarn I am knitting them with!!

  • Chris C

    I’ve just started doing some lace patterns, but haven’t actually used lace weight yarn yet. I’m anxious to give it a try on a scarf I think this pattern would be a great start.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brenda.nash.16 Brenda Nash

    I love Webs and shop from there frequently. The prices are good and I have always been pleased when my box of goodies arrives in the mail!

  • Carolyn

    I actually haven’t knit yet with laceweight – but I’m looking forward to it, and plan to start with a lace patterned shawl. I do like the idea of knitting with two strands though, as it would mute the stripiness of a space-dyed yarn. I would love to try this scarf!

  • smiley

    I love how the lace pattern shows even with the pattern in the yarn

  • joanna h

    I have just started knitting lace, and I love it!! My projects have been simple so far, but Gracie seems like the perfect pattern to expand my skills. Thanks so much for the free pattern link.

  • momoftwo

    Lace yarn used in a lovely hand-made shawl draped over a simple dress can be breath-taking, even for a lace beginner like me.

  • http://www.facebook.com/diane.donnell.1 Diane Donnell

    I love knitting scarves and shawls with lace yarn! This design is so beautiful and the colors fit right into my wardrobe!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Stefanie-Quinn/100001018419460 Stefanie Quinn

    I love to do big lacy projects in the summer. And I also like to use up the leftovers making miniature versions of amigurimi. So cute!

  • http://www.facebook.com/jamie.k.schmidt.1 Jamie K. Schmidt

    Love this!!! I’ve never done a lace pattern before. But this looks pretty easy!

  • http://www.facebook.com/ellen.m.bacon Ellen McMacken Bacon

    I have loved using lace yarn as a weft in weaving a scarf.

  • monet2crochets

    I am just learning to knit lace so this pattern would be perfect, simple yet beautiful.

  • jevonholt

    I am using lace yarn to knit a light and airy moebius cowl.

  • CrochetWithDee

    lace yarn looks so pretty when it is crocheted too! … with such a wide variety of crochet stitches and techniques, such as hairpin and broomstick, the possiblities are virtually endless! Using Fiesta yarn for a crocheted shawl, cowl, or wrist warmers is bliss! :)

  • Amber

    I am making a cardigan with lace yarn.

  • http://www.facebook.com/maureen.mahoney.777 Maureen Mahoney

    I enjoy knitting beaded jewelry with lace weight silks. It makes a quick project and a beautiful gift!

  • MaryHS

    I’m a neophyte… reward me?

  • L2

    My favorite way to use lace yarn would be imaginary, since I’ve never had the pleasure (yet). This is mostly because I’m a machine wash mommy; however, I think a scarf is a great way to get my new needles wet! :)

  • Marianna

    I have never knit with lace weight but it is on my knitting bucket list.