A Pair of Lacey Scarves

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A Pair of Lacey Scarves Pattern

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Knitting: A Pair of Lacey Scarves
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Category:

Knitting

Type:

Accessory

Fit:

Women

Item:

Neckwear

Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, yarn overs, basic decreases

Pattern Description:

Both these projects use fingering weight or sock yarn to create 2 lacy
scarves that are easy to wear. Since they are knitted on #6 needles, they move along quicker than you might expect.
The Shades of Denim scarf is a combination of 2 lacy rectangles joined in such a way that you form a point in the back. It will lay over your shoulders with or without a pin closure.
Shades of the Sea is a long rectangle folded and sewn to make a cowl with a point in the front.
We hope you will enjoy knitting and wearing these.

Gauge:

SHADES OF DENIM SCARF
5.25 sts/ 1" unblocked in lace pattern
1 complete pattern repeat of 28 rows, blocked = approx. 3.5"
SHADES OF THE SEA SCARF
7 sts/ 1" unblocked in lace pattern
6 sts/ 1" blocked
1 complete pattern repeat of 6 rows, blocked = 3.75"

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • SHADES OF DENIM SCARF
  • 10" wide, 32" long for longest section
  • SHADES OF THE SEA SCARF
  • 8" wide, 31" long

Materials:

  • SHADES OF DENIM SCARF
  • 350 yds fingering weight yarn
  • #6 needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 4 ring markers
  • SHADES OF THE SEA SCARF
  • 300 yds fingering weight or sock yarn
  • #6 needles or size needed to obtain gauge
  • 2 ring markers

About Designer

About Designer

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We (Kathy Disantis and Dianne Rodabaugh) started Ewe & I Originals in 2004. We started out with six patterns and currently have well over a hundred knitwear designs covering a wide variety of subjects.
We come from a background of working and teaching in a yarn shop for several years.
You can visit us at several fiber shows during the year; we really enjoy meeting our customers face to ...

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