Naname Lace Scarf by Emily Bolduan

Naname Lace Scarf

November 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
in Garter stitch before blocking
US 7 - 4.5 mm
443 - 979 yards (405 - 895 m)
Short Scarf (Long scarf, Short Wrap, Long Wrap)
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With it’s simple eyelet lace broken up with sections of squishy garter stitch, this scarf is designed to be an easy entry into lace knitting. Suitable for the beginner who wants to take the next step, or the accomplished knitter who wants something quick and easy, yet still stimulating.

Keep the colours simple or go a bit wild with many, the garter section also looks great with two-row stripes!

Naname (say “nah-nah-may”) means diagonal in Japanese and refers to the diagonal slant of the stripes, and the criss-crossing lines in the lace section.


Sizes: short scarf (long scarf, short wrap, long wrap) – approx 24.5x142cm (24.5x208cm, 37x142cm, 37x208cm).
Long scarf pictured.

Yarn requirements: Morris & Sons Empire 4ply 175m/50g. 1(2,2,3) balls MC, 1 ball CC1, 1 ball CC2, 1 ball CC3.
Or approx 175m(262m,245m,370m) total of main colour and 230m(350m,350m,525m) total of contrasting colour in a 4ply/fingering weight yarn.


As this is only my second pattern I welcome any constructive feedback! <3