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I love simple lace patterns that can be used to whip up quick little scarves. The lace pattern I used for this scarf is "Diagonal Ridges" from "The Harmony Guides: Lace & Eyelets" book, edited by Erika Knight. Knit with worsted weight yarn on large needles, this scarf will be done in no time, and the finished product will be a light and airy scarf perfect for spring and summer outings. Play around with different yarn weights and patterns. Make it wider and use as a shawl/stole, or use dk weight, even fingering weight to make it lighter and airier. It's all up to you. There is an optional crochet edging along one of the long edges for those who want to add a little touch of pizzazz. Enjoy! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl k2tog single crochet cast on bind off GAUGE Not essential SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 8in x 80in

Recommended with this pattern

  • Classic Elite Waterlily (2 balls) - 200 yds or any other aran/worsted weight yarn
  • US #13 (9mm) straight needles
  • Crochet Hook E/4 3.50mm (optional)

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My supervisor at the college library where I worked gave me a pair of US #8 needles, a ball of yarn, and an hour long knitting lesson as my graduation present. After graduation I spent one year travelling to five countries where I studied responses to domestic violence. I used all the airport wait times and layovers to practice my newly acquired knitting skill (while watching Bollywood movies to keep me company). By the time I got back to the US I was hooked. I've been knitting as fast as I can ever since.