November 29th, 2013

On the bookshelf this week: Scarf Style 2

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With the Thanksgiving holiday not yet 24 hours behind us some of you have kicked into overdrive to get your holiday gift knitting finished. Ann Budd’s new book, Scarf Style 2, is a great resource for smaller, fast and yet beautiful knit gifts.


Whether you’re a fan of cables, fair isle or brioche, cowls, shawls or scarves this book has something for everyone!

Leave a comment below and tell us which scarf is your style and you could win a copy! All comments must be posted by 11:59pm EST on Tuesday, Dec. 3. Please make sure to leave us a way to contact you if you win! The winner will be drawn randomly and posted here the following day.

Edited, Wednesday December 4, 2013:

And our Winner is –  Diane who said, “This book is on my wish list!

Congratulations Diane! Keep an eye on your inbox, we’ll be contacting you soon.



Marketing Coordinator at WEBS - America's Yarn Store
Sara learned to knit and crochet as a child and added spinning and weaving to her skills after being hired at WEBS in 2006. While crochet is her #1 love, she is also very fond of her husband and their 2 daughters.

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178 Responses to “On the bookshelf this week: Scarf Style 2”

  1. Love Africa Says:

    I love cowls. Long or cohort. They are so easy to make in so many pretty patterns and they are also easy to wear and use.

  2. missmoxie Says:

    I like something quirky and warm. And bright colors are a must!

  3. Lucy Says:

    oooo….I am completely smitten with the double knit scarf, but the others are darned purty, too!

  4. Melissa Says:

    My scarf style is warm, and nice-feeling against my face. That’s what happens when you live in snow-and-wind country!

  5. Maureen Says:

    I love infinity scarves and long scarves that I can wrap around my neck a couple of times…warm and cozy is a must living in New England!

  6. Wendy TC Says:

    I love soft lightweight longer scarves that I can use as an accessory piece, or for warmth when wrapped a couple of times around my neck. But it has to be soft, like cashmere or a nice baby alpaca.

  7. Kelly H. Says:

    I like soft, light weight scarves – long enough to wrap as few or many times as I want, not very narrow nor very wide. Love the cowl on the cover, too!

  8. Marissa Says:

    I love soft, drapey scarves

  9. Deb Says:

    I think the 3D Entrelac Scarf is amazing looking! I would love to give that one a try! And I’m glad there are a lot of Infinity scarves, as that is my current scarf style of choice, either light and lacy or warm and bulky

  10. drae Says:

    I like lots of it scarfs – as in you can scrunch and wrap it a number of times to keep the cold out. alcbrooks on Ravelry

  11. Mgcrafts Says:

    I like long tapered scarves – more like narrow shawls I guess. But becoming more fond of cowls as they cannot come unwrapped and fall around my hands on the piano keyboard as I play with the orchestra at my church.

  12. Anne Marie Says:

    Queenie looks like an interesting knit, and I really like the Cottage Scarf pattern.

  13. Lynn Says:

    I really like infinity scarves. I like to be warm and wrapping them around my neck a couple of times does the job.

  14. Julie Says:

    I just got this book out from my local library and loved everything so much that I decided I want to buy the book. Maybe I’ll get lucky and win it!

  15. Kristen Sylvia Wilkinson Says:

    I am enjoying infinity scarfs right now, but anything soft and warm at this time of the year!

  16. Kate Says:

    Looking through the patterns on Ravelry, I think most of them are my style! My favorite is probably the Sylvie Scarf. It’s beautiful and like nothing I have. I also love the gorgeous lace shawls. I have some similar styles in my queue.

  17. DZ Says:

    The yarn determines the scarf style – have made bulky ones and lace weight one. Always looking for more pattern options!

  18. ADroz Says:

    I like infinity scarves, mostly because I don’t have to worry so much about how to style them, and they can’t come loose and fall off! But I’m very intrigued by the lace stole pictured.

  19. James Says:

    Really cute patterns but personally, I’m all about just long garter stitch scarves. lol

  20. Sharon M2 Says:

    Even though I like shawls and cowls, I find I usually resort to the traditional long, skinny scarf that I can wrap around my neck several times and pull up tight around my collar.

  21. Jio Says:

    Cowls are fun, quick experimental projects.
    But I have a big Lady Eleanor from the first book.

  22. Sheila Says:

    Lately I’ve been on a cowl kick – they’re so easy to wear!

  23. jules mcnubbin Says:

    i love the lacy shawl look… and i have never owned one or made one! would love to get around to it 🙂

  24. Jonty Says:

    I love lace work, but lately I’m leaning towards cable scarf patterns.

  25. Sandy Foster Says:

    I love the lacy shawl look!

  26. missmoxie Says:

    I love a warm, warm scarf and I especially like an infinity scarf. There’s no way I’m going to lose that! (fingers crossed)

  27. suburbancorrespondnt Says:

    Simple cowls and scarves for me!

  28. Susan Jacobowitz Krisch Says:

    loving infinity cowls lately!!!

  29. Kate Says:

    None of these scarves look like mindless knitting, which was what scarves were when I was young. Modern knitting offers such interesting challenges.

  30. Becca Says:

    I love the European triangular scarves. Made 3 so far!

  31. Marie Mc Says:

    I love to make. gift and wear cowls! But I’m always looking for something new and interesting.

  32. Randy Says:

    I cannot stand to button the top button of any coat or jacket. Therefore, I need many types of scarves for different occasions. I’m always searching for a new look!

  33. Renee W Says:

    I’ve never made anything but traditional scarves but I would love to try a cowl. They look so pretty and I think they would be fun to make

  34. Sue Richards Drover Says:

    I love scarves and cowls – not only to wear, but to knit because they’re a manageable size to try out new color ideas, new stitches, new techniques, without the investment of a really big project. And the results are really fun to wear and give as gifts!

  35. Monday knitter Says:

    I like a mid weight hand knit scarf in soft yarn. I like it to be able to be pulled over my head if need be for the weather. I also hand dye silk scarves, which are only for decorative purposes!!!

  36. Ruth Says:

    Anything with cables works for me!! Would love this book!

  37. Judy Olson Says:

    Neo-classic cowls for me!

  38. DonnaM Says:

    I love cowls and scarves~~ Perfect Christmas presents!!

  39. eileen Says:

    looking for a good infinity scarf pattern

  40. allison j Says:

    I love a squishy, thick oversized cowl that I can pull over my ears if need be. baby alpaca anyone?

  41. Julie Chandler Says:

    I love knitting scarves because I can knit them to a longer length than I can buy them and I have lots of tall people in my life. I’d love to try cowls, too.

  42. Lisa I Says:

    I like unusual scarves! Not sure how to leave a way to contact me without public knowledge but I do follow you on facebook!

  43. Susan Knorr Says:

    I like the one with multicolored jester peakies. So much fun in our snowy white winters.

  44. Melinda Rucinski Says:

    I’m crazy about cowls this year

  45. RubyDear Says:

    That scarf pictured with all the triangles looks intriguing to me!

  46. Paulette Aldrich Says:

    I love the look of the cowl! I would like to try that one.

  47. Maureen Says:

    The bolder, brighter and funkier, the BETTER!!!

  48. MichMarra Says:

    <3 Scarf Style!

  49. tracy_a Says:

    I really need a long fluffy cowl – I have and love so many scarves, but building my cowl stash!

  50. (Not that) Joan Says:

    I have been circling around this book… I would love to win this! Please?

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