Under the Boardwalk
This large scarf begins at the bottom point with just 7
stitches. Increases are made near the beginning of
each row, resulting in a scalene triangle shape (i.e.,
all three sides are different lengths). Yarnovers
worked during the bind-off cause the top edge to
The project is a nice introduction to lace knitting
because the stitch pattern offers visual cues to keep
you on track. The side edging is knit simultaneously
with the body. The contrast between the edging and
the straight lines of the main lace pattern is
reminiscent of waves lapping against a boardwalk.
The instructions are both written out and charted.