Midseason Scarf by Anna Kuduja

Midseason Scarf

October 2018
Lace ?
US 7 - 4.5 mm
711 - 766 yards (650 - 700 m)
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It is a simple scarf with some eyelets to create interesting fabric,
made from laceweight wool. It comes handy when you want to throw something on but not too heavy.
Alternatively, you can use other fibres (mohair, merino, linen or some light sock yarns). I recommend fingering, light fingering or laceweight yarn.

Skill level: intermediate to advanced.
Please note that only right side rows are shown in the chart. There is explanation on the right side from the chart what to do on wrong side.

Gauge is not critical but it can affect the width and the length of your scarf.

After soaking and blocking, the fabric stretches in length some 30-40 cm. With 610 m I got 164 cm in length and after blocking it stretched to 200 cm.