Climbing Rose Vine Turtleneck Scarf
This scarf is made with a very old, but not often used, lace stitch. Each panel is the same as the other, with the rose vine climbing up in the same direction. As a result of the type of lace stitch used, the center two stitches will appear to be swaying as they travel up the scarf. In addition, the placement of the stitches causes the rose vine to stand out nicely from the background stitches. A yarn with a good stitch definition is recommended for this scarf.
The scarf in the picture is finished with 2 rounds of crochet (single and crab stitches). The edging is optional, but instructions are included with the pattern, should you want to finish it this way.
Skill Level: Intermediate - Intermediate + (assuming a good working knowledge of knitting, purling and lace knitting)
This pattern was professionally tested by Lori Veteto who can be contacted at:
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