Madrona Lace Scarf
This rectangular scarf was designed to celebrate both Madrona Fiber Arts 15th Anniversary Retreat in 2014 and the tree for which the conference is named.
Like the Madronas native to the Pacific Northwest, this scarf has leaves and berries. It is knit from end to end, and the asymmetrical patterning includes a 10-stitch leaf repeat to customize the width. An option is given to add beads between the motifs and at the symmetrically scalloped ends.
This design looks great in a variety of handspun and commercial lace, fingering, and Shetland/sport/DK weight yarns.
65 g (300 yds/275 m) Malabrigo Sock Color 855 Aguas fingering weight (17 wpi) yarn on US size 3 (3.25 mm) needles with 208 size 6 beads and size 12 (1 mm) crochet hook. Stockinette stitch gauge: 24 sts = 4” (10 cm). Scarf measures 8 x 54” (20.5 x 137 cm).
Can be customized