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This scarf features a pretty openwork pattern which appears to contain fat blackberries nested in tangled branches. An easy two-sided lace, this makes a great learning project or a very quick gift knit. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, increase/decrease GAUGE 20 sts and 32 rows = 4" in stockinette stitch (unblocked; fabric will be relaxed) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8.5" W x 40" L (blocked) SUGGESTED YARN 200 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Silk/Cashmere 4-ply from COLORWAY Bramble

Recommended with this pattern

  • approximately 200 yards of soft sport weight yarn (sample was knit from 200 yards of 4-ply silk/cashmere; substitute yarns may require more yardage)
  • US size 6 (4mm) needle or size to obtain correct gauge

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