Rippling River

I’m thrilled to announce that Rippling River is now up and ready to go. Thank you all for your name suggestions. You helped me get one step closer to publishing.

The last step was getting some pictures. Once again Francine was my model. Despite the forecast of rain, we ventured out to Dick Bell Park yesterday and walked out to the lighthouse. The weather was relatively warm, but the wind was up.

It doesn’t quite look like spring, yet, but I love this shot with the Gatineau hills all blurry in the background.

Out at the lighthouse:

Francine removed her shoes to climb on some rocks for this. She’s dedicated!

Rippling River can be a warm scarf or a summer shawl. You can use 2, 3 or more colours. You can have no stripes, thin stripes, or thick stripes. The background would look also amazing in a yarn with long colour repeats.

You can pick this pattern up for $6 USD on Ravelry or Craftsy.


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One Response to Rippling River

  1. Lynne says:

    YAY!!! A new Natalie pattern to add to my collection. Nice photo shoot :)