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When a heavy scarf just won't do, grab this gossamer-weight lace scarf instead! The silk/ kid mohair-blend lace-weight yarn knit on size 9 needles creates a supremely soft scarf.
An open lace panel with gentle peaks along one long edge is contrasted with a bit of garter stitch for lots of textural interest.
This scarf is very light, yet has enough body to allow itself to be draped in many pretty ways.
Wrap it around your neck like a cowl and tuck in the ends, drape it around your neck with the ends drawn through the folded middle loop, or tie it askew with a loose knot - it will always add a nice touch of femininity to your outfit.
PLUS, it's knit from just one ball of Elann.com Silken Kydd yarn. . . making it an ideal gift knit or quick knit for yourself!
Approx 31 sts = 7 1/2" [19 cm] and 12 rows = 2 1/2" [6.5 cm] in Lace patt, blocked and measured at widest point
232 yards of Lace weight
My knitting designs are all about feminine details, like lace and lovely textures, fitted shapes, and pretty finishings! All my designs can be found at SweaterBabe.com.