Heavenly Herbs Lace Scarf

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Heavenly Herbs Lace Scarf Pattern


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Knitting: Heavenly Herbs Lace Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, k2tog, join 2Tog, ssk, ssk and pass next st over (central double decrease), s1-k2tog-psso, yo, provisional cast on, lace bind off
  • read a chart (written directions are included)

Pattern Description:

The inspiration for this scarf is very simple.....the lace patterns themselves. Separately they are beautiful in their simplicity. Together they create a scarf (or stole) that is sure to draw attention wherever you go. They mesh together so beautifully that they create a design that is intricate in appearance, yet wonderfully easy to knit. Each row of lace is busy enough to keep the most experienced lace knitter's interest, yet simple enough for a beginner to tackle. The wrong side rows are purled with the exception of the garter stitch panels, allowing for a nice rest from the lace.

The pattern includes charts as well as written instructions.


Gauge (blocked in stockinette): 6.5 sts/ 8 rows per inch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 15" wide x 72" long (unblocked)
  • 16" wide x 75" long (blocked)


  • needles, stitch markers, waste yarn

You Will Also Need:

  • Yarn needle for weaving in ends

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

KnitPicks Palette (4 skeins were used with about 183 yards left over)...although this can be knit in any fingering weight yarn including handspun


Coriander Heather

About Designer

About Designer

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by asheepsyarn
Tum Tum, Washington
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I enjoy spinning, knitting, and quilting. I have a small spinner's flock consisting of 11 Shetland sheep, 3 Suri alpacas, 3 Huacaya alpacas, and 2 llamas who watch over them all.

Finding patterns for using with handspun yarns hasn't always been easy. Since I primarily use my own handspun yarns (there are exceptions...like gift giving) I started dabbling with designing my own quite some time ...

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