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. Nancy Haffner Says:

    Depends who I am knitting for, although have been partial to cowls this year.

  2. Anne Says:

    Love scarves!

  3. Pat Dorr-Liszewski Says:

    I love a scarf I can wrap once or twice around my neck, and tuck my nose into it when the cold wind/snow blows in Minnesota; would love this book

  4. Gillian Says:

    I LOVED the first Scarf Style- I can’t wait to peruse this one.

  5. Elaine Says:

    Can’t ever have enough scarves! Love knitting new patterns & with the latest yarn

  6. Joan P Says:

    Scarves are a fashion accessory for winter – all colors, shapes and sizes!

  7. Cathy Coakley Fagan Says:

    I particularly love the first scarf! Great gift!

  8. Mary Fran Olson Says:

    I’m definitely a cowl girl!

  9. Aleda Abraham Says:

    I absolutely lurve long cowls and infinity scarves. And I love making anything with lace; nothing better than making a long lacy cowl in the round to really relax me. 🙂

  10. Aleda Abraham Says:

    how about mink? The one from Lotus yarns is great!, it small gauge, but the yarn is heavenly and reasonably priced for what it is. 😉

  11. Mary Lou Says:

    Love knitting scarves.

  12. Dawn Says:

    Beautiful!!!! I love cowls!!

  13. JennDM Says:

    What a lovely-looking book!

  14. Brenda Helman Says:

    Would love this book, very inspiring patterns!

  15. CathyinIdaho Says:

    I’m definitely into cowls–I love that they don’t slide off and there are no ends to drag.

  16. Ginny Leonardos Says:

    Cowls are my favorite. I love to knit and wear them!!

  17. Eileen Says:

    I have been looking for scarf pattern for my Valley Yarn. I would love to knit any of these

  18. steph Says:

    I love to knit scarves as gifts

  19. Zita H Says:

    I love knitting scarves, all lacy scarves and shawls. would LOVE to win this!

  20. Kelly K. Says:

    I love infinity scarves. It’s easy if you want just one layer or loop it around a few more times for more warmth. The best part is that I can’t lose it! It won’t fall off my neck and so complimentary to the “relaxed” style I’m always sporting.

  21. Carol Says:

    I love both…it depends on the situation!

  22. Patti Says:

    Beautiful book! I love shawls, but the funky scarves are great too

  23. Carolyn Kotlas Says:

    I love knitting scarves and cowls for others in soft yarns that cuddle the neck. I loved the 1st scarf book and am sure the 2nd one is just a great.

  24. Sandy W Says:

    The scarf on the cover would be for me. I have the first book and it would be great to add this one to my library.

  25. Ingrid Erickson Says:

    One should never have a chilly neck or too few scarves!

  26. Kelli Martin Says:

    Ooo I have looked at this book several times and all the scarves are so awesome!

  27. Marie Gonick Says:

    I would love to win this book! So many different techniques to learn more about. I want to make every style shown!

  28. Anne Says:

    Can always use more scarf patterns 🙂 thanks for sharing

  29. Abie Says:

    I’m in love with that 3d scarf! Wow! That is unique. I am a big fan of entrelec scarves. I think the pattern takes a boring scarf to fun and unique!

  30. Barbara LeBlanc Says:

    I have the first scarf book which is wonderful so it would be great to win this one. The scarves are lovely.

  31. Elly Danica Says:

    Love to knit scarves and cowls, especially during this season!

  32. Cara Says:

    I have family in Seattle and they need scarfs!! Love this.

  33. Ann Says:

    I love scarfs and cowls. No one can have too many!

  34. anne Josephy-Zack Says:

    I love scarves-the longer the better.

  35. Kris C Says:

    I love cowls or scarves that I can wrap around my neck to stay warm. It’s probably my favorite knitted item to make and receive! 🙂

  36. Nicki Says:

    Recently I’ve absolutely fallen in love with shawls worn like scarves and infinity scarves..

  37. Heather Bucci Says:

    I love scarves, especially now that its winter. The thicker the better!
    Kamerina @ rav

  38. Connie Says:

    My girlfriend would love this book!

  39. Cheryl Carlson Says:

    I love WEBS, am sure I am part owner by this point 🙂 Would love love this book to use some of my purchases on

  40. Tahirra Says:

    I like to tie my scarf in a knot around my neck.

  41. Marcia Barrett Says:

    Love, love, love scarves to knit, crochet, give and wear! Manageable projects where you can use up many types of yarn. I’m always looking for new patterns.

  42. Debbie S Says:

    Lace or textures; colors.

  43. Sharipi Says:

    I love anything Ann Budd!

  44. Karen Fox-Talbot Says:

    Lacy scarves are pretty, but cowls are my favorite.

  45. tb Says:

    Oh Ann Ann Ann, have you ever made an ugly pattern? I think not!!!! LOVE your work!!!

  46. Michelle Fishman-Cross Says:

    I like to knit scarves that are simple, but have an interesting pattern. I’m working on a scarf in a Fibonacci pattern that is coming out pretty well.

  47. elmom Says:

    i’m in –i gave my dad a scarf for hanukkah!

  48. Debby Says:

    Love the cover scarf!

  49. Lovey731 Says:

    Scarf or cowl, skinny or fat, love them all !

  50. E Chak Says:

    Large scarves and cowls. Those are the mainstays that keep me warm.

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