Russian Scarf E-lo-ch-ky (fir-trees)

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Russian Scarf E-lo-ch-ky (fir-trees) Pattern


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Knitting: Russian Scarf E-lo-ch-ky (fir-trees)
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit
  • Yarn Over
  • Knit 2 together
  • Knit 3 together

Pattern Description:

The Scarf worked in garter stitch along with traditional lace knitting techniques and Orenburg lace motifs - yarn over and knit two together and diagonals, mouse print, peas.
Three of traditional Orenburg knitted-lace elements are used in the pattern - Diagonals, Peas and Mouse Print. Borders teeth, that decorated scarf designed in Old Russian tradition and knitting technique.
This project is ideal for knitters looking for moderately challenging knitted-lace experience.
Borders (points) - knitting technique were used in Old Russian shawls, that I modify for this scarf. Unique construction - no wrong side.
Each element shown on chart in color - diagonals -green, peas -blue, mouse print -dark blue.
The scarf is worked in garter- stitch lace, with the blank squares of the chart representing knit stitches on both right-side and wrong-side rows.
Please note it is NO REFUND for PDF.


  • 2 skeins Dark Starz Designs Lace (220 yds per ounce skein;
  • 30 %Angora / 20% Silk / 50% Merino) in any color.

You Will Also Need:

  • Size 2 US/ 3mm knitting needles
  • Stitch markers (2 different colors), 4 removable stitch markers, tapestry needles, T-pins for blocking (optional).

Suggested yarn:

420 yards of Lace weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Dark Starz Designs Lace



About Designer

About Designer

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Buffalo Grove, IL USA
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Inna Voltchkova was born and raised in Kiev, the oldest city in Eastern Europe.
A trip to Chicago in 1991 introduced her to the love of her life. She moved to the Chicago area.
For the past 20 years her passion has been lace knitting, especially Russian Lace.

A designer herself (she graduate of the Kiev National University of Technology and Design), Inna also specializes in converting ...

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