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Fans with Flair Scarf and Hand Warmers

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  • Lace

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PATTERN DETAILS

The traditional patterns of Shetland lace have been an inspiration for many lace knitters. Feather and Fan has been adapted in this pattern, creating the well known fan shape in both the scarf and hand warmer patterns. Larger 'fans' on the beginning and ending borders of the scarf create a feminine flare. Scarf: Yarn Yardage, Knitting needle size Lace: 350 m / 390 yds, 3 mm / 3 US Fingering: 320 m / 350 yds, 4 mm / 6 US DK: 390 m / 426 yds, 5 mm / 8 US Worsted*: 210 m / 230 yds, 5.5 mm / 9 US *Note that for the Worsted weight version, the scarf is slimmer in width, so requires less yarn. Hand Warmers Yarn Yardage, Needle size Cuff , Needle size Hand Lace (doubled yarn): 320 m/350 yds, 2.5 mm / 1 US, 3 mm / 3 US Fingering: 160 m/175 yds, 2.5 mm / 1 US, 3 mm / 3 US DK: 105 m/115 yds, 3.5 mm / 4 US, 4 mm / 6 US Worsted:105 m/115 yds, 4 mm / 6 US, 4.5 mm / 7 US BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl lace knitting in the round reading charts GAUGE Laceweight in lace patt: 34 sts / 35 rows = 4'' Fingering in lace patt: 26.5 sts / 28 rows = 4'' DK in lace patt: 23 sts / 24 rows = 4'' Worsted in lace patt: 19 sts / 20 rows = 4'' SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Scarf: 6" to 7.5" wide, 42 to 45" long Handwarmers: one size, women's medium, wrist circumference of 5.5" to 6" PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Shelridge Yarns Soft Touch

Recommended with this pattern

  • Lace version: 3 mm / 3 US knitting needles
  • Worsted version: 5.5 mm / 9 US
  • Worsted version: 5.5 mm / 9 US knitting needles

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Fell in love with knitting as a young girl, and decades later... there is still so much more to learn, from fancy lace stitches to interesting Japanese knitting techniques. I am particularly smitten with traditional lace, texture and colourwork stitches from different cultures, and incorporate those inspirations into my patterns.