Berroco Glee and Free Scarf Pattern

November 3, 2012 at 5:51 pm 2 comments

Just in time for holiday gift giving and winter wearing, Berroco has given us a great new fun yarn. Glee is 75% wool, 25% acrylic blend yarn that is a long loosely knit tube. It has soft color transitions and a great color palette. A scarf from this yarn would add some color to your or a friend’s wardrobe with a very small investment of time. Perfect for the knitter who wants to present all their family and friends with hand knit gifts but has no idea where they will find the time to accomplish their goal!

Berroco has an exclusive FREE pattern for a scarf in Glee, Waver. What more, they put together instructional videos on how to make your own Waver using either knit or crochet.  So grab a skein or two of Glee and make up a Waver for yourself and someone on your Christmas list.

Knit version instructions:

Crochet version instructions:

I am not really a ruffle scarf person, but I do think a scarf made from the Acclaim colorway would match multiple shirts in my wardrobe. So maybe I should make a Waver myself.  Plus it would be a fun addition to my usual rather plain uniform of solid colored tees and jeans.

The only other thing you will need to make your own scarf from Glee, aside for the actual yarn is either a US 7 knitting needle or a US 6/G crochet hook.

Happy Knitting!

~Angela M.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sharon  |  November 4, 2012 at 9:15 am

    What does the waver scarf look like when it’s completed?

    Reply
    • 2. polkadotsheep.com  |  November 4, 2012 at 12:13 pm

      Excellent question, Sharon. I have added a picture of the completed scarf to the post. Hope this helps!

      Reply

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