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The center panel of lace is inspired by the traditional Shetland Lace pattern "Rose Trellis Lace". This well-loved pattern is featured in many knitting designs. The combination of roses and diamonds is of course always a winner!
The ruffles were featured in a "Flounce Border" on a counterpane in the book Knitting Counterpanes, by Mary Walker Phillips. The ruffles are both easy to work and lovely as a "feminine frame" for the scarf.
Yarn requirements DK: minimum 480 yds (439 m)
Fingering: 24 sts / 33 rows = 4"
DK: 21 sts / 30 rows = 4"
370 yards of Fingering weight
Fell in love with knitting as a young lass, and decades later... there is still so much more to learn, from fancy lace stitches to interesting Japanese knitting techniques. I am particularly smitten with traditional lace, texture and colourwork stitches from different cultures, and incorporate those inspirations into my patterns.