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A fine, featherweight scarf pattern in a luxurious silky yarn, suitable for any climate. An arabesque motif with the appearance of repeating "Hamsa" talismans graces the length of this piece. Simple decreases and all-purl "rest" rows result in a fabric that looks far more intricate than it is to work. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, increase/decrease GAUGE 28 sts and 44 rows = 4" in stockinette (unblocked) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10.5"W x 45"L (blocked and stretched) SUGGESTED YARN 300 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Kaalund Yarns Enchant COLORWAY Guava

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  • approximately 300 yards of any fine, silky laceweight yarn with approximately 325 yards per ounce.
  • Needles:size US3 (3.25 mm)or size to obtain gauge

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