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#37 Curvy Scroll Lace Scarf PDF Knitting Pattern

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Product Description

Raspberry, grape, and pink tones blend into each other to create gorgeous stripes against a striking scroll lace design. The yarn is a great silk, wool, and mohair blend that comes in many other beautiful colorways.

The generous length allows you to wear it around your neck multiple times or looped through.

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Finished Knit Measurements: 5 3/4"" x 71".

Skill Level: Intermediate level knitting pattern

Yarn Used: Noro Silk Garden (45% Silk/45% Kid Mohair/10% Lamb's Wool; 1.75oz/50g [109yds/100m] per ball: 3 balls in #205.

Gauge(s):
Pattern Gauge: 9 stitches = 2" and approx. 16 rows = 3" in Curvy Scroll Lace stitch on Size 10 [6mm] needles.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A worsted weight yarn with a gauge of 18 stitches = 4" on US size 7 to 8 needles.
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Total Yardage Required:
Approximately 327yds [300m].

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try:
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Knitting Needles Used: Size 10 [6mm] knitting needles.

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  1. Great Scarf!!

    Posted by Brianna Nikolai on 4th Nov 2013

    I loved making this scarf! It was my first time doing a lace knit so I was very interested to see how I would do. The directions were great and very understandable. It was a lot easier than I thought it would be.

  2. Different and unusal but a beautiful scarf

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Mar 2013

    When I look for knitting patterns I'm looking for the different and unusual patterns and this pattern fits the requirements. It's been fun to knit and watch the progress. Its not hard to follow the instructions. I love this pattern and I'm sure I'll use the pattern over and over again.