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Fiddlehead Scarf

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An airy, semi-sheer scarf with an allover lace motif of tiny ferns unfolding. With lace work on right-side rows only, this makes a great beginning lace knitting project, or a quick gift knit. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit, purl, increase/decrease GAUGE 26 sts and 40 rows = 4" in stockinette (unblocked) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 9.5"W x 39"L (blocked and stretched) SUGGESTED YARN 350 yards of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN the woolen rabbit whisper lace COLORWAY Sweet Pea

Recommended with this pattern

  • approximately 350 yards of any fine yarn which has approximately 400 yards per 2 ounces
  • Needles:size 3US (3.25 mm)or size to obtain correct gauge

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