Diamonds and Winding Ribbons Lace Scarf

from Merry Melody Designs

Diamonds and Winding Ribbons Lace Scarf Pattern


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Knitting: Diamonds and Winding Ribbons Lace Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • garter stitch, yo x3,k2tog, ssk, purl, knit, k3tog,

Pattern Description:

This fancy lace scarf is knit in a garter stitch lace pattern that is loaded with diamonds and winding ribbons along the sides of the diamonds. The scarf uses a lace weight yarn, and is very light and airypractically floating around you!! It features a large center hole in each diamond that is easily made with 3 yarn-over's. The first edge is worked first, then, scarf-body stitches are picked up from there; then you knit the body of scarf for desired length; and after binding off, you work the final edge, and sew it on. There are written as well as charted directions in this pattern, thus, giving you the ease in knitting up this delicate scarf. It can be knitted with any weight yarn as long as the needles are appropriate to the weight of yarn. Happy knitting!


non necessary as this is not a fitted garment

You Will Also Need:

  • U.S. size 4 straight knitting needles, tapestry needle for weaving in ends and sewing.

Suggested yarn:

300 yards of Lace weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

KnitPicks Bare Merino wool 880 yards/100 grams



About Designer

About Designer

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