Flame Chevron Scarf
This scarf is an interesting knit. The flame chevron lace pattern is rhythmic and easy to follow and creates a great texture as the stitches dance back and forth like flames.
Knit in fingering weight wool, it’s a lightweight scarf for fall or spring.
Non-striping yarns like Araucania Ranco Multy (shown) or semi-solids like Dream in Color are wonderful for showing the flow of the stitches.
Please note: Since this is a mainly stockinette stitch lace pattern, it tends to curl. The garter stitch edge will help stabilize it, but this should be knit in wool or a wool blend that can be blocked. The scarf in the photos was soaked in soapy warm water and pinned flat to open up the pattern.