On The Fringe by Lani Stanistreet

On The Fringe

February 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches
in lace pattern
US 5 - 3.75 mm
416 - 459 yards (380 - 420 m)
one size
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On the Fringe is a compact scarf designed less for warmth and more for decoration. It features a delicate lace pattern and subtle colour variations in the random stripes. On The Fringe has plush fringes on both ends giving the scarf movement and a quirky style. This pattern is worked in one piece, knitted flat and is suitable for advanced beginners or anyone wanting to try simple lace knitting, or lace knitting for the first time.

Swish Yarns, Bendigo (100% merino), 210m/230yd per 50g. 

Main Colour: Shade 808 (2 balls)

Contrast Colour 1: Shade 2169 (1 ball)

Contrast Colour 2: Shade 954 (1 ball)

Contrast Colour 3: Shade 819 (1 ball)
Total yarn used: Approximately 95g (399m/436)

You can substitute any fingering (4 ply) weight yarn of your choice

One size. Approximate finished measurements, measured flat (after blocking)

Width = 20cm/8”

Length not including fringes = 178cm/70”

20 stitches and 28 rows = 10 x 10cm (4 x 4”), in pattern on 3.75mm needles

3.75mm needles. Or size to obtain gauge. Although gauge is not strictly important for this scarf. Just remember that if your gauge is off, your finished measurements won’t be the same as mine

Skill level
Advanced beginner – cast on, following a lace pattern, counting stitches, counting rows, changing colour, spit splicing, making fringes, bind off