The idea for Aery Faery came to me while watching Once Upon a Time (a TV series based on fairy tales): I wondered if a glittering mohair and silk lace version of [Aero] and [Aeroette] would be spellbinding. I proudly present Aery Faery.
Unlike Aero and Aeroette, Aery Faery is not started in one corner. No increasing along the end of the Forward Pass is required. You can either seam the ends together to create a loop scarf, or steadily decrease to create scarf corners.
Skill Level: Intermediate. Check this [list of five basic rules] of Tunisian crochet patterns. [Tunisian Shakti Scarfythings] is rated Easy and would be a great introduction to simple lacy biasing. Aery Faery is a simplified version of my dramatic summery Tunisian filet designs like Aero and [Ennis].
I go slowly through the first rows and review key basics, just like I would in a class. As you continue with the pattern you'll see Aery Faery's simple logic. This will empower