8ply Lace Scarf and Beanie 1

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8ply Lace Scarf and Beanie 1 Pattern


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Knitting: 8ply Lace Scarf and Beanie 1
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Work 1x1 rib.
  • Work yfwd, sl 1, K1, psso and K2tog.

Pattern Description:

This 8ply Scarf and Beanie are worked in a gorgeous four row lace pattern.

The long, thin Scarf is worked in two pieces and joined at the centre, to ensure both ends have scalloped edges. The easy fit Beanie has a rib brim.

Please note that this pattern is protected by copyright and you do not have permission to copy or resell this pattern. You may, however, sell the knitted product.


21 sts and 28 rows to 10cm over patt, using 4.50mm needles. These items are worked on larger needles and at a looser tension than usually recommended.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Pattern sizes: Age 2-5 yrs, 6-10 yrs, Teen and Lady.
  • Scarf width: 14 cm [51/2 inches].
  • Scarf length: 90 (120-140-160) cm [351/2 (471/4-55-63) inches].
  • Beanie to fit head: 52 (54-55-56) cm [201/2 (211/4-213/4-22) inches].


  • Yarn required: 2 (2-2-3) balls Panda Souffl 8ply, 50g balls@125m.
  • Needles required: A pair of 4.50mm (UK 7, US 7) knitting needles.
  • Wool needle for sewing up.

You Will Also Need:

  • Also required: A stitch holder or spare needle.

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Panda Souffle

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My mum taught me to knit when I was just four years old and I have been addicted ever since.

I now work (if you can call it work!) as a pattern writer and technical editor, both for companies here in Australia and for my own business.

I love the creative process and using a simple ball of yarn and a pair of needles to make something gorgeous yet practical.

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