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Subtle touches make this scarf extra luxe and sophisticated. Knit in a rich shade of chocolate brown alpaca and silk blend yarn from Knit Picks.
The main part of the scarf is knit in a pretty lattice lace pattern from end to end. Short rowing at the ends creates softly curved ends.
The ruffled edges are knit in, on one side as a continuation of the main part. The provisional cast-on stitches are then picked up to knit the ruffle on the other side. The result is a lovely cascading ruffle in a textured moss stitch that contrasts nicely with the smooth delicate lace of the main section.
This scarf can be worn wrapped traditionally around the neck, or folded and looped through for a more modern effect. Worn the latter way, the tapered, curved ends resemble delicate leaf shapes. Either way, your neck will be enveloped in wonderfully textured and soft warmth.
Finished Knit Measurements: 58 ¾" [149 cm] long x 6 ½" [16.5 cm] wide.
Yarn Used: Knit Picks Andean Silk (55% Superfine Alpaca/23% Silk/22% Merino Wool); 1.75 oz/50 g [96 yds/88 m] per ball): 3 balls in Chocolate #23514.
Pattern Gauge: Approximately 19 stitches = 6" [15 cm] and 12 rows = 2" [5 cm] in Curving Lattice Lace Stitch.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information: A medium/worsted weight yarn with a gauge of 4.5 - 5 sts = 1" on US size 6 - 9 needles..
Total Yardage Required: 288 yds [264 m].
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Knitting Needles Used: 1 - 32" long (or longer) circular needle in Size 9 [5.5 mm] OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE (there are too many stitches to comfortably knit on straight needles); Size I/9 [5.5 mm] crochet hook if using the Chain Provisional Cast-on Method.
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Posted by Unknown on 22nd Apr 2016
Pattern easy to understand. Scarf is too pretty to give away ... I want it for myself.
Posted by Annette Shaner on 19th Apr 2016
This was fun to make and not very difficult.
Posted by Barbara Watts on 16th Apr 2016
I found in a grey it was very pretty and found pattern easy.