The Ericka Scarf by Gina House

The Ericka Scarf

October 2010
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
30 stitches = 4 inches
in Lace Pattern
US 6 - 4.0 mm
400 - 459 yards (366 - 420 m)
8" x 60" and 10.5" x 44"
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This pattern is available from for $5.00.

“This simple open lace pattern is easy to knit and works up quickly. It also looks great on both sides! The scarf can be worn long and narrow or shorter and wider. Each version uses only one skein of yarn.” from the book, “Sock Yarn One-Skein Wonders” by Judith Durant.

  • A great use of your fingering weight, pooling or self-striping sock yarn.

  • Perfect for your fingering weight handspun yarns! (especially ones with sparkle or beads)

  • Two lengths/widths and easy to add on extra length with more yarn.

  • Unisex design that can be worn on a man or woman or child.

  • Only 2 rows to follow for this lace pattern and quickly memorized, as well as all of the stitches lining up nicely so mistakes are easily seen and can be fixed without much trouble.

This pattern is FREE if you download the SleepyEyes app (also free!) from iTunes. It’s one of 14 free downloadable patterns :D

Please check out more of Gina House’s designs here and take a look at her self-published, spiral bound book, “Sleepy Eyes Knits: Dreamscape” here. You can also join the SleepyHeads group on Ravelry for questions, comments or other discussions of Gina’s patterns. Thank you!