Widow's Web Scarf by April Carter

Widow's Web Scarf

Knitting
August 2020
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
US 17 - 12.0 mm
9.0 mm (M/N)
195 - 270 yards (178 - 247 m)
Small, Large
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This pattern is available from etsy.com for $6.00.

Available as a bundle with the Widow’s Web Shawl on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/836107954/widows-web-bundle-...

Errata: If purchased before August 8th 12:30 pm CST - Row 5: k1, yo x 2, sssk, (k3tog, yo x 4, sssk), to last 4 sts, k3tog, yo x 2, k1.

“Will you walk into my parlor?” Said the spider to the fly.

Knit yourself a dreamy delicate cobweb of silky alpaca. The Widow’s Web Scarf is created one half at a time, starting from the center with a provisional cast on, and working pattern repeats until achieving desired length.

Choose from the two sizes specified in the pattern, or play around with repeats to find your preferred length:
small: 77” long x 20” wide (195.57cm x 50.79cm)
large: 102” long x 20” wide (259.07cm x 50.79cm)

Due to the airy, lacy nature of this piece, gauge is not important; feel free to experiment with yarn weights, and needle sizes.

Please note that Fyberspates Cumulus is listed as a lace to fingering weight, but is on the heavier side, the thicker core, coupled with the halo, make it almost a sport weight. A suitable alternative would be two strands of lace weight kid silk held double.

You will need two skeins of Cumulus for each given size.

Skills required:
provisional cast on
knit, purl
yo, sssk, k3tog

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Pattern for personal, non-commercial use only.