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A great lace knit scarf to make as a gift or for yourself!
This scarf is knit in a simple lace pattern stitch which creates it's own wavy edges. An ideal intro to those new to lace knitting. The stitch pattern is done over a 4-row repeat. Only one of the 4 rows involves counting and "yarn overs" to create the lace effect. The other rows are just knitted or purled!
A nice fringe finishes the edges. A great, easy knitting pattern for beginners. Wonderful as your first lace project.
Finished Knit Measurements: Approximately 9" wide x 69" long.
Yarn Used: Bryson Kid-N-Ewe (50% Kid Mohair/50% Wool; 50g/1 ¾ oz. [120 yds/110m] per ball): 5 balls in Camel #530
Pattern Gauge: 56 stitches = 9" in Lace Stitch on Size 7 [4.5mm] needles.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:A medium/worsted weight yarn with a gauge of 5 stitches = 1" on size 7 [4.5mm] needles..
Total Yardage Required: Approximately 600 yds [550m] required.
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Knitting Needles Used: Size 7 [4.5mm] knitting needles.
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