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Lace Scarf with Bias Ends


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This knitting pattern is a lot of fun to make. There are 3 variations of the same scarf in this pattern. The pattern is a lace stitch with a 6 row repeat that is easy to follow. You will need to know how to knit, purl, yarn over, slip stitch and pass slip stitches over to be able to complete any of these scarves. The blue version is knit with Caron Simply Soft on size US 10 needles and has a pretty wide ruffle at the ends. This version is the longest and you will need approx. 225 yds of yarn. The multi color version is knit with Noro Taiyo - I had a 1/2 a skein(110 yds) in my stash and used it up with this pattern on size US 11 needles. The red version is knit with Vanna Glamour - another yarn in my stash - on size US 7 needles. It is a shorter scarf but you could make it longer as I did not use the whole skein. I wanted a shorter scarf and love the way it looks when tied because of the bias drape of the ends. The pattern is 4 pages long with photos of each scarf version. You may sell your finished items made from this pattern but not the pattern as it is my own design. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting skills and knowledge of terms knit, purl, yarn over, slip stitches, pass slip stitches over GAUGE Not crucial in this accessory SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS varies per scarf SUGGESTED YARN 225 yards of DK weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft, Noro Taiyo or Vanna Glamour

Recommended with this pattern

  • US size 7 knitting needles
  • US size 10 knitting needles
  • US size 11 knitting needles

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Kimberlees Korner
Kimberlees Korner
I have been crocheting, knitting and sewing for over 25 years. I love to be creative and design new patterns. I make most of my own clothing and have 3 sewing machines and a dedicated craft/sewing room. I also have an etsy shop Follow me on pinterest my blog or