The Front Porch Fern Lace Scarf was inspired by the relaxed lifestyle of the South. Sitting on a grand front porch, dotted with lacy ferns that gently move in the breeze under a large ceiling fan. The garter stitch Fern Leaf Edging is balanced by the Delicate Leaf Lace pattern on the opposite edge and finished with a decorative bind-off. The two patterns are worked in different directions giving visual interest. The scarf is completely reversible so it looks beautiful no matter how you decide to wear it! The Sweet Tea Scarf Collection is a wonderful gathering of patterns inspired by all the things I love about living in the South. Including grand front porches, lush trees and plants, summer rainstorms, misty spring mornings in the Smoky Mountains, rolling hills of fall color and sippin' sweet tea year-round. The scarves in this collection can be worn indoors or out and are equally at home with a t-shirt and jeans as a skirt or dress. They can be made using light wool sock yarn or try using fingering weight cotton. The Front Porch Fern Leaf Lace Scarf is the first scarf of the collection, more to come soon!! Once pattern is downloaded no refunds will be given. This is a copyrighted pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit stitch purl stitch GAUGE Using sock/fingering weight yarn, size US 4 needles and garter stitch: 6 sts per inch and 10 rows per inch before blocking. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS After blocking: 62" long, 7" wide FInished size is only a suggestion, you can make this scarf longer or wider to wear as a shawl if you like SUGGESTED YARN 350 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Cascade Heritage - buy it here on Craftsy!