Gowanus, delicate and versatile, is for fickle fall weather and snappy spring mornings. It can be worn draped around the neck as a stylish transitional accessory, a 3-seasons scarf, or over the shoulders as a small shawlette for a more classic look.
This charming scarflette is knitted in one piece and worked from a chart. The pattern is easy to memorize and a cinch to make on size 9 US needles, perfect for the beginner lace knitter. The dainty eyelet pattern is accentuated by a feminine, but not too sweet, picot edge that is worked during the bind-off.
Gowanus requires only a 50g ball of fingering weight yarn, a perfect use of that extra ball of sock yarn you have lingering in your stash!
50g ball fingering weight wool yarn.
US 9 ≥24 inch circular needles
Tapestry needle for weaving in ends
16 sts and 18 rows per inch in garter stitch
45 inches from tip to tip across the widest part
22 inches down the center to the tip