Elveden Scarf by Zsuzsa Kiss

Elveden Scarf

May 2014
Barka Szitakötő
Cascade 220
LanaGrossa Chiara
Curious Creek Fibers Meru
Rowan Fine lace
Ironston Mesa
JF Moonshine
Classic Elite Silky Alpaca Lace
Malabrigo Lace
Lana Gatto Feeling
DK (11 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 23 rows = 4 inches
in Slipped Stitch Patt
US 6 - 4.0 mm
787 yards (720 m)
One size
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It has long been on my mind to use yarn with different thickness and characteristics to create special fabric. I love the rough contrast of colors and material, the daring color changes, opposites that harmonize with each other. This is a feminine shawl that is full of life with a lovely shape that allows you to wear it as a stole on a theater night or a scarf on a darker day when you need some extra something to keep your mood happy.
To knit this pattern you don’t need much experience. It’s a great choice as your first project using lace weight yarn. But you also have to be prepared for the very long rows.
The beauty of this shawl lays in the yarn selection. You can use whatever lace yarn you prefer, but to get full effect, I suggest using fiber that has a slight halo to it. Fort the heavier weight yarn please be careful using DK weight yarn instead of light worsted or worsted. If you need to substitute, I suggest to go down a size and use sport weight yarn to avoid dense fabric. This is a feminine shawl that is full of life.


C1: Bessie May Smile, 100% extra fine Merino wool,
120 yds 110 m / 50 g, Color: Fair 3110, 360 yds 330 m
C2: Bessie May Grace, 70% Super kid mohair, 30% Silk,
213 yds 195 m / 25 g, Color: Mist 9140, 430 yds (390

Two different yarns: one DK weight, one lace weight.
The two yarns should have different texture and / or
color. Yarn weights:

US 6 4 mm 40”(100 cm) cm long circular needles.
2 stitch markers, tapestry needle.

One size. 102 ¼ inches (260 cm) long 15 ¾ inches (40
cm) wide, length of border: 157 ½ inches (400 cm)
Size can be adjusted by repeating sections or by knitting each section a few rows longer.

21 sts x 32 rows in 10 cm (4 inches) in st st.
Please note that in this particular project getting the
right gauge is not essential. However, working with
different yarn weight / gauge will effect both the yardage and the final size of the project as well.

Simple lace knitting, slipped stitches.

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Combine sheer and solid fabrics in style with this elegant scarf.

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