This simple scarf is a great pattern for beginning lace knitters, or anyone wanting to practice their knitted-on edging technique. Worked in two colors, it’s a great project to help teach knitters how to see the relationship between both parts of the project (center lace panel & edging). The Small Version shows a color combination with high contrast, while the Large Version’s colors are subtle and tonal. You may wish to work yours all in one color. As always, Knitter’s preference!
Fingering weight wool yarn: approximately 300 (425) yards of Main Color (MC) & 105 (130) yards of Trim Color (TC)
Brooklyn Tweed Loft (100% American Targhee-Columbia Wool; 275 yards/50g)
MC: 2 (2) skeins of Nest (Tent)
TC: 1 (1) skein of Long Johns (Birdbook)
18 stitches & 24 rows = 4” over Center Panel lace motif; relaxed after lace-blocking
One pair of straights or circulars in size needed to obtain gauge
One 40” circular needle & one DPN one size smaller than Gauge Needle
Suggested Sizes: US 5 (3¾mm) & US 4 (3½mm)
9½ (12½)” wide; 63 (73)” long; dimensions given for relaxed fabric after blocking
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Please note: the stitch patterns in this garment are charted only.