Winding Lines Scarf
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Named for the lines winding through the scarf’s one end to the other, this scarf is knitted in two identical pieces which are then joined using kitchener stitch. The lace pattern is worked on the right side only and it is framed on both sides by three stitches of garter stitch.
The lace pattern is charted. Only right side rows are shown. The pdf has four pages, two of which are chart pages. The charts have in total 81 different rows. The stitches used are k, p, yo, k2tog, skp and sk2p.