Monkey Lace Scarves
These reversible garter stitch lace scarves were designed for sock monkey fans. Little monkey faces alternate across this lace that can be shaped as a rectangle or triangle.
The triangle begins at the bottom point, and an eyelet edging combines with a stretchy cast-off to allow the top to elongate, creating an easy-to-wear accessory. Since the top edging can be started after any 22-row repeat, the size can be customized for a smaller scarf or larger shawl.
The rectangle is knit from end to end, and the patterning repeats over 22 stitches and 44 rows. Instructions include narrow and wide versions. The size also can be customized for a wider wrap.
Designed for fingering weight sock yarns, these scarves also can be knit in a variety of other lace, Sheltland, sport, and DK weight yarns.
Lace can be knit from written instructions or charts.
Triangle: 23” (58.5cm) deep and 54” (137cm) across top
Narrow Rectangle: 7.5” (19cm) wide and 54” (137cm) long
Wide Rectangle: 12” (30.5cm) wide and 54” (137cm) long
Triangle Scarf: 100g 440 yds (402m) fingering weight sock yarn (16–17 wpi)
Sample Triangle: 100g 440 yds (402m) Malabrigo Sock superwash merino fingering weight (17 wpi), Boicelli Red color
Narrow Rectangle Scarf: 75g 330 yds (302m) fingering weight sock yarn (16–17 wpi)
Sample Narrow Rectangle: 67g 330yds (302m) Schaefer Anne, 60% merino superwash, 25% mohair, 15% nylon fingering weight (17 wpi), Saffron color
Wide Rectangle Scarf: 120g 530 yds (485m) fingering weight sock yarn (16–17 wpi)
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