Fractal Danger

While fall is settling in faster than we may think, there’s still time to get in one quick cool weather knit! Fractal Danger is a perfect last minute project to make sure you have a cute little scarf for fall. This design is by a shop favorite, Martina Behm, uses one skein of fingering weight yarn, and is knit on size 4 needles. All of these things, we think, makes it the perfect project for a quick fall knit.

Fractal Danger by Leigh Beamer knit with Baah La Jolla.

We have several different yarns in the shop that would look beautiful knit up in this project, but our personal pick for this yarn is Ella Rae Lace Merino. This luscious yarn is 100% Merino wool and each skein has 460 yards. While the project only calls for 400-430 yards of a fingering weight yarn, the shop staff would be happy to help you figure out how to add repeats to this pattern in order to make it slightly bigger and utilize your whole skein of yarn.

For the month of September, our stock of Ella Rae Lace Merino will be 20% off!

Our Ella Rae Lace Merino colors. Perfect for late summer!

Be sure to stop by the shop and talk to us about picking your yarn for this project and getting started today. As always, we are here to help!