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Make this unbelievably sophisticated crochet lace scarf in a super soft kid mohair yarn, as shown, or any lovely bulky yarn from your stash that meets the gauge and allows for some stitch definition.
This scarf is worked side to side, beginning and ending with a wavy scallop crochet stitch to create the pretty side edges. The middle rows include the pull-through slit and are worked in a simpler open double crochet stitch.
The airy, pillow-soft yarn shown here is a sumptuous and ultra lightweight Kid Mohair blend. This pattern works just as well in a soft, supple bulky-weight yarn (perhaps in alpaca or cashmere!). Crocheted using a fairly big hook, this is a great weekend project resulting in a very special gift for any BFF who loves pretty things.
Finished Crocheted Measurements:approximately 9 ¾" [25 cm] width x 33 ¼" [84.5 cm] length.
Yarn Used: GGH Soft Kid (70% Super Kid Mohair/25% Nylon/5% Wool); .875 oz/25 g [151 yds/138 m] per ball: 2 balls in #13 Lilac.
Pattern Gauge: Approx 1 lace scallop repeat to 4 ¾" [12 cm] and 4 rows = 3” [7 ½ cm] over scallop lace patt st.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:A medium/worsted weight yarn with a gauge of 18 stitches = 4" on US size 4 to 6 needles.
Total Yardage Required: Approximately 300yds [274 m].
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Crochet Hook Used: Size K/10.5 [6.5 mm] crochet hook.
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