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Lush is the perfect name for this yarn, and this scarflette design takes full advantage of it!
Knit in a beautifully textured lace stitch with one shaped end and one looped end, this pull-through scarf is a cinch to wear.
It looks equally elegant with the tapered end gently gathered and pulled through the loop to hang in front or askew. Rotate it around your neck for a different, effortlessly chic look. Or, use the loop to turn it into a cowl and just tuck in the tapered end.
This is a gorgeous gift and a very appealing project to those who love working lace.
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Finished Knit Measurements: Approx 28 ½" [72.5 cm] long by 7 ¾" [19.5 cm].
Yarn Used: Classic Elite Yarns Lush (50% Angora/50% Wool); 1.75 oz./50 g [123 yds/112 m] per ball): 2 hanks in Vintage Blue #4467.
Pattern Gauge: Approx 19 sts = 4" [10 cm] and 24 rows = 4" [10 cm] in Zig Zag Lace.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A medium, worsted weight yarn in a soft angora/wool blend with a gauge of 4 sts = 1" on size 8-9 needles.
Total Yardage Required: 175 yds [160 m].
Some suggested yarn substitutes to try
Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran
Debbie Bliss Alpaca Silk
Sirdar Blu (~ 3 skeins)
Ella Rae Classic
Valley Yarns Sheffield
Louisa Harding Kashmir Aran
Elsebeth Lavold Classic AL
Patons Classic Wool Merino
Knit Picks Andean Silk
Lion Brand Wool-Ease Solid
Nashua Handknits Creative Focus Worsted
Web's Valley Tarns Florence
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!
Knitting Needles Used: Size 9 [5.5 mm] needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE.
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Posted by Esther on 15th Feb 2015
I had a lot of fun knitting this scarf and have received many compliments. The pattern is very easy to understand and is well written.
Posted by Cheryl on 7th Jan 2014
I had a little trouble getting into the groove of the lace pattern at the beginning with the increases in each row, but once I got it, the rest of the scarf went smoothly. I get so many compliments on this beautiful scarf. I'm glad I didn't skimp on the quality of the yarn!