Please note: The two ends of this scarf are not identical.
Designer’s Note: Ends were designed for symmetrical scalloping, which means the lace is offset at one end. Scalloping always is weaker at bound off edge, where it is formed by the yarn overs than at the cast on edge, where it is formed by the decreases. It is my experience, though, that the end scallops hold their shape after blocking. There may be different results with different yarns.
From Interweave Knits:
In this adaptation of an Estonian lace pattern, interlocking filigreed diamonds worked in delicate lace-weight alpaca create an airy pattern. Elegant points shape the ends of the scarf and balance out the complexity of the lacework. A versatile accessory, this scarf can be work with a shoulder-baring silk dress or a well-worn denim jacket; either way it's a showstopper!