This adaptation of an Estonian lace reminds me of small flowers inside a trellis. Each corner of the trellis twists in a cluster where 7 stitches are knit together and then increased to 5 stitches, adding drama and density to the lace. The scarf starts and ends with an edging of symmetrical scallops.
The lace repeats over 14 stitches and 16 rows. This larger repeat combined with the cluster stitch means it can be challenging to work.
Designed for lace weight yarns, it also can be knit in fingering and Shetland/sport/DK weights.
This design originally was published in the Spring 2006 Interweave Knits magazine.