Scrappy Ray & Moray
Sometimes you’ve got to be scrappy! You’ve got to jump in quick and tell’em how itis. You’ve got to make a statement right off the hop so they know who you are and what you’re about. This pattern is exactly that. A simple and to the point way for me to show you what I’m about: Patterns that are fun and addictive, graphic and effective. Patterns that show off your favourite yarns, whether they’re scraps, handspun, a special yarn baby from your stash, something you dyed yourself or a combination of those!
And I love a pattern that I can easily tweak into something a little bit different. So whether you’d prefer something lightweight and airy or bulky and super warm, this pattern will still work! And I am extra stoked that I was able to include a shawl AND a scarf version. They work up nearly the same with one important change to the pattern. They’re both equally engaging and I cannot wait to see yours!
I save a lot of scraps. Scraps of all sizes with no plan, or end in sight.
And when I them I’m never sure which scraps will be long enough to make it across two whole rows. But what if they only had to make it across once?
Yarn: 2 80-100g skeins of whatever weight of yarn you'd like (samples were done with fingering and Dk weight yarns)
For the original scrappy version I used a semi-solid skein and 80 g of fingering weight scraps