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#211 Chalice One-Ball Scarf PDF Knitting Pattern

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  • chalice one-ball scarf knitting pattern
  • chalice one-ball scarf knitting pattern
  • chalice one-ball scarf knitting pattern
  • chalice one-ball scarf knitting pattern
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Product Description

Pure silky softness glides through your fingers as you knit this one-ball beauty!

A very pretty lace pattern that only uses basic decreases and yarn overs evolves nicely as it runs the length of the scarf. The placement of the decreases and eyelets form curves that evoke the loveliness of an ornate chalice.

A few stitches in Garter stitch along both edges give them a subtle and neat finish.

Knit this highly-giftable scarf in any of the many kid mohair/silk blends of lace-weight yarns (see materials section for yarn options). An amazing stash-buster!

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Finished Measurements: Approx 55" [139.5 cm] long; 8 ¼" [21 cm] wide, blocked.

Skill Level: intermediate-85.jpg  

Yarn Used:
Rowan Kidsilk Haze (70% Mohair/30% Silk); .88 oz/25 g [230 yds/210 m] per ball): 1 ball in color #597 Jelly. Shop yarn options for this pattern at LoveCrafts dot com.

Pattern Gauge:
18 sts = approx 4" [10 cm] and 24 rows = 5" [13.5 cm] in Lace patt, blocked. PLEASE TAKE TIME TO CHECK YOUR GAUGE as the required yardage is based on this gauge.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A lace-weight yarn in a soft 70% mohair or kid mohair/30% silk blend with a gauge of 18-25 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size US 3-8 [3.25-5 mm] needles.

Total Yardage Required:
230 yds [210 m].

Some suggested yarn substitutes to try: 
(NOTE yardage is less per ball for some of these, so you may need 2 balls or can shorten the scarf slightly):
Elann.com Silken Kydd (232 yds/212.5 m per ball)
Knit Picks Aloft (246 yds/225 m per ball)
Madil Yarns Kid Seta (230 yds/210 m per ball) 
Garnstudio DROPS Kid-silk (218 yds/199 m per ball)
Debbie Bliss Angel (219 yds/200 m per ball)
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.

Please note: SweaterBabe.com patterns are authorized for home use only and are not to be knit/crocheted for resale. All pattern sales are final.

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  1. Chalice Lace Scarf Success

    Posted by Teckla on 13th Dec 2021

    I've been knitting for a number of years; probably would be considered intermediate. And I collect patterns (LOL)! Although I played with different lacy pieces, I was never really that serious about learning. This year I needed gifts for Christmas Stockings and noticed this pattern as I was going through things looking for ideas. I knew I had some Knit Picks Aloft yarn, so jumped right in. The first one came out lovely and when I posted a pic on FB, I got many compliments. I have about 10 rows left on my second scarf and just need to block both. This pattern is very easy to follow and best of all, when I made a mistake in counting, stitched through an extra loop, or forgot to correctly YO before a purl stitch it was very easy to find and correct the errors. That was a huge bonus for me as in some patterns I've had to pick out rows and rows before I could find a problem and a place to start again. I highly recommend this as a beginning lace knit! I have several Sweater Babe patterns and am looking forward to trying my next one!

  2. This makes a lovely scarf

    Posted by Bracken on 17th Jun 2019

    I feel fabulous when wearing this. Its light and lovely. I would definitely reccomend. I have bought several of your "freebies" and not got round to knitting them up. I intend to try to knit a few more after this one because its just lovely and will be great for winter. It knits quickly due to reasonably sized needles.


    Posted by Unknown on 15th Jun 2019