Chevron Lace Scarf by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Chevron Lace Scarf

Knitting
May 2018
Lace ?
32 stitches = 4 inches
in chevron lace pattern
US 4 - 3.5 mm
900 yards (823 m)
10" x 78" / 23cm x 198cm
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This pattern is no longer available for free. On August 23, 2018, it has been enhanced and available for purchase with updated instructions, new options, and photography by the talented Jared Flood.“ The new enhanced pattern version can be found here for purchase.


For this original free pattern, there was errata (unverified by CM and copied from another Raveler’s project notes) below:

Errata:
Page5: Under “Continue Pattern Repeat” where it begins Work 28 rows… It should read: “Work 28 rows of Stockinette Chevron Pattern.” Remove “14 times.” And the final instruction should read “…before finishing with 29 rows of Stockinette Chevron Pattern.” ‘


The Chevron Lace Scarf celebrates the 2018 Puget Sound LYS Tour, alternates arrowing panels of nearly sheer stockinette and gauzy eyelet lace. The peaks and valleys draw your eyes along the length of the scarf, which ends in gentle zigzags.

Brooklyn Tweed’s laceweight Vale makes a Chevron Lace Scarf that’s light and lofty, soft and springy. This 2-ply fiber is worsted-spun from pure Wyoming-grown Ramboulliet fleece (similar to merino wool, but with more bounce). Specially developed for superior lacework, Vale is victorious in both the eyelet stitches and simple stockinette of this scarf—such crisp stitch definition!


FINISHED SIZE:
Approx. 10” x 78”/23cm x 198cm, after blocking.

YARN
2 skeins Brooklyn Tweed Vale (450 yds/411m each).
Or approx. 900 yards of equivalent lace-weight yarn.
Shown in Sashiko.

NEEDLES & NOTIONS
US 4 needles, or size needed to obtain gauge.
2 locking stitch markers.
Darning needle.
Blocking wires (recommended) and T-pins.

GAUGE
32 sts = 4”/10cm in stockinette chevron pattern on US 4 needles, or size needed to obtain gauge, after blocking.