I am a mostly stay-at-home wife. With our kids are grown, this time of life frees me to pursue my creativity. I teach fitness classes to senior citizens part-time and quilt, knit and crochet at ...
I am a mostly stay-at-home wife. With our kids are grown, this time of life frees me to pursue my creativity. I teach fitness classes to senior citizens part-time and quilt, knit and crochet at home. I taught myself how to knit and crochet from magazines when I was a young teen, and haven't stopped since.View all patterns by designer (11) »
Here are two of my favorite lace scarf patterns: Winter Frost Lace Scarf, and Koigu Lace Scarf. Both are simple patterns, suitable for beginning lace knitters. Chose a pretty handpainted yarn, or a solid color to let the lace have the spotlight! Both lace patterns are easy to memorize: The Koigu lace is just the same row, repeated over and over. These are great accessories and are always welcome gifts!
Winter Frost scarf recommends 350-400 yards of medium wt. mohair, but any fingering or dk wt. yarn is a suitable substitute. Koigu scarf recommends 1 skein of Koigu wool, or a minimum of 175 yards of any fingering weight yarn. Gauge is not critical. These patterns will work in a variety of gauges.
Enjoy the knit!
5-6 sts per inch
400 yards of Worsted weight