Lily - Lace Rib Scarf

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Lily - Lace Rib Scarf Pattern


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Knitting: Lily - Lace Rib Scarf
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic knowledge of knitting stitches.
  • Ability to follow a written knitting pattern.
  • Or ability to follow a simple knitting chart.

Pattern Description:

"Lily is a super soft and delicate scarf hand knit using lace weight mohair yarn. Although she is knit with such a fine yarn the mohair fibres combined with the ribbed texture add a cosy depth of body to the knitted fabric which is maintained by not blocking the finished scarf. Making Lily perfect to wear throughout the chilly autumn months!"

This pattern is great for beginners who want to practice some basic lace stitches while creating something both practical and beautiful. Lily would make an ideal project to have with you at all times to be able to sneak in a row or two here and there when you have a few precious minutes to spare.

It includes full details of the materials, yarns and needle sizes used to create the scarf pictured. You are required to be able to read a written pattern or simple knitting chart, both of which are included alongside a written description of the 'knitting on' method.


24sts x 34 rows = 10cm (4 inches) in lace rib

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Unblocked: 150cm (60 inches) long by 33cm (13 inches) wide.
  • Blocked: 175cm (69 inches) long by 48cm (19 inches) wide.


  • 2 x 50g balls of Rowan Kidsilk Haze
  • 4mm knitting needles
  • 5mm knitting needle

Suggested yarn:

615 yards of Lace weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:



Heavenly (592)

About Designer

About Designer

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Hello! My name is Emma Lamb, I am a British girl living in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Scotland. As well as a crochet designer I am a blogger and online shop owner.

Colour is my biggest inspiration. I love to source beautiful palettes to work with. I am particularly drawn to muted vintage tones and pretty floral colors. Charity shops, flea markets and vintage shops are a great source of ...

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