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#289 Mini Scarf PDF Knitting Pattern

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Product Description

Accent scarves are perfect little accessories to add a bit of color and soft texture to your everyday outfit. So why not knit some pretty little lace ones that are just as versatile as your silk ones AND allow you to use up those gorgeous leftover bits from your yarn stash?!

Well, here you have just the design that will let you do that! This mini scarf pattern features a very pretty, all-over leaf lace stitch. The ends are elegantly tapered and the middle section is thinner to eliminate any bulkiness when worn around the neck or tied around your head or purse strap.

Each mini scarf works up beautifully using small amounts of fingering-weight yarn. By changing the lace repeats worked in the middle section, you can adjust the length based on the intended use and how much yardage you have on hand.

You could even knit the first half in one color, and the second half in another to make mini scarves in school colors! Or perhaps alternate the colors every two rows for a striped effect. Either way, these are fabulous gift knits!

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Finished Knit Measurements: Three Lengths included – Shortest, (Medium, Longest); S (M, L) = 22 ¼ (24 ¾, 31 ¾)" [56.5 (63, 80.5) cm]. Shortest length: ideal if you have less yarn (or time!) available, are mainly using as a ponytail or purse accent. Medium: most versatile, can be used as a ponytail or purse accent, will stretch to fit most as a hair band or small neck scarf. Longest: great as a neck scarf or as a hair band with longer tails, as it's approx the diagonal length of a standard 22" [56 cm] square bandana. For all lengths: widest part of tapered ends is 3" [7.5 cm]; narrowest middle section is 2 ¼" [5.5 cm]. 

Skill Level: intermediate-85.jpg 

Yarn Used:
1) Purl Soho Linen Quill (50% Fine Highland Wool, 35% Alpaca, 15% Linen); 3.5 oz./100g [439 yds/ 403 m] per hank: Less than 1 hank. Samples in #1589 True Turquoise, #1592 Crocus Bud, and #1310 Tumeric Yellow; 2) madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light (100% Merino Wool); 4 oz/113 g [420 yds/384 m] per hank: Less than 1 hank in Penunbra (purple multi-toned yarn); 3) Berroco Folio (65% Superfine Alpaca, 35% Rayon); 1.75 oz./50 g [219 yds/200 m] per ball: Less than 1 ball in #4540 Grey (shown on purse)

Pattern Gauge:
26 sts and 30 rows = 4" [10 cm] in Lace, aggressively blocked.
Yarn Label Gauge and Information:
A fingering-weight yarn in a soft blend. Suggested gauges from yarn labels: Purl Soho Linen Quill is 6-7 sts = 1" [2.5 cm] on size US 1 - 5 [2.25 - 3.75mm] needle; madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light is 26-30 sts = 4" [10 cm] on size US 1-2 [2.25-2.75 mm] needles.

Approximate Total Yardage Required: (not including gauge swatch): 52 (58, 70) yds [48 (54, 65) m].

Some suggested yarns to try:
Rohrspatz & Wollmeise Pure 100% Merino Superwash, Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock Lightweight, Koigu Painter's Palette Premium Merino (KPPPM), Dream in Color Smooshy, Knit Picks Stroll Tonal or Gloss Fingering, Shibui Knits Sock, Ella Rae Lace Merino.
If you have a yarn substitute to suggest for this project, email us!

Knitting Needles Used: Size 5 [3.75 mm] needles OR SIZE TO OBTAIN GAUGE

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  1. Everyone is loving these!

    Posted by Unknown on 22nd Jun 2020

    I can usually make one in an evening. Have made several and all love them!