Deja Vu Scarf by robin nickerson

Deja Vu Scarf

December 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
gauge not important
US 9 - 5.5 mm
396 - 400 yards (362 - 366 m)
2 balls chroma makes a 65" long scarf
This pattern is available for $5.00 USD
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Remember the way winters used to be: snow-covered fields, frosty breath, frigid nose and freezing ears?

Déjà Vu scarf to the rescue! Giving you plenty of long wooly warmth in your favorite color to wrap (and wrap again!), while keeping you snug as a bug in a rug! Made up in an undulating lace pattern that results in lovely wavy edges, Deja Vu scarf uses 2 skeins Chroma Worsted, and showcases the yarn’s beautiful color changes. The scarf starts with a provisional CO, and finishes with a pleated ruffle on each end.

This is a great pattern for long color-changing yarns or your (or a giftee’s…) favorite solid color.

An excellent project for the advanced beginner that has some experience knitting lace.