Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Meteliza Scarf

A new project jumped on the needles this past weekend: the Meteliza Scarf.  The pattern was created by Inna Voltchkova.  I'm knitting it on size 2 needles, using cashmere lace yarn. 

The word Meteliza in Russian translates to "blizzard," and the pattern I have is knit in a white angora/merino blend.  It's really pretty, and I may have to knit another scarf in white, which better matches the blizzard theme.  Till then, I'll work with this blue/green cashmere. 

The pattern is from the Orenburg Lace tradition of incorporating two popular motifs: Mouse Print and Cat's Paw.


  1. Oooooo...that is going to be so wonderful to wear.

    I love the pattern. I can see why you wouldn't mind knitting it twice.

  2. Another gorgeous, lace project.

  3. Very pretty pattern, bet it's really soft,too!