Linden Leaf

Linden Leaf is a summery accessory knit in sport weight linen. Something between a scarf and a shawlette, it’s a welcome way to dress up your spring/summer wardrobe.

Like its sister SeaScape Scarflette, this is a long narrow asymmetric triangle. This one features a lacy edge of tumbling leaves.

It can be worn long, loosely knotted, double wrapped…so many ways to add a little pizazz to your outfit.

Linen gives this fabric a lovely hand and sheen. I highly recommend it! I used a Euroflax mini-skein set from Mason-Dixon Knitting. The mini-skein sets are sold out at this time, but new color sets are in the works for late spring/early summer. Just in time for a quick summer knit! And Euroflax Sport linen can be found at many LYS’s and online.

The mini-skein set has 325 yards. A single skein of Euroflax Sport, which is 270 yards, will also make a nicely sized scarf. (I used about 300 yards of the minis, due to placement of color joins.) Test knitters Ann Berg and Rachel Nichols used Juniper Moon Farm ZOOEY DK, a 60/40 Cotton/Linen blend, 284 yards. It also blocked beautifully. The linen is slightly crisper, and a bit more open.

This pattern is available through Ravelry; Linden Leaf pattern page here. It will be 10% off through May 7, 2017, no coupon code needed, or 20% off for PDXKnitterati newsletter subscribers. Not a subscriber but want to subscribe? Tell me in the comments!

Linden Leaf is a sister pattern to my SeaScape Scarflette. The construction is the same; the difference is in the edging. Leaves or waves? Do you love both? See below for special combination pricing.

Options:
10% off Linden Leaf, no coupon needed through May 7
20% off for Linden Leaf with newsletter subscribers coupon through May 7
20% off for SeaScape/Linden Leaf bundle with coupon code BUNDLE, no time limit
25% off for SeaScape/Linden Leaf bundle with newsletter subscriber coupon through May 7

If you’ve already purchased SeaScape, the appropriate discount will be applied so your net price will reflect the proper amount.

Thank you to tech editor Amanda Woodruff and test knitters Ann Berg and Rachel Nichols.