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LoisLeigh’s Luxurious Lacy Iris Scarf


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  • Worked Flat

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This pattern is fun to make and works up quickly. It will help keep you warm in scarf weather or just add a touch of elegance to any outfit in your closet. My neice asked me to design a purple scarf. The wonderful and versatile iris flower came to mind. We both loved the results. This luxurious lacy iris scarf is sure to cause a stir whenever you wear it. Skill Level: Intermediate Other yarns would work as well in the same weight range. The finished size may be slightly different using different yarns, but the end result will be worth it. This pattern is worked in two halves and then woven together when both halves are finished. This pattern would also make some wonderful pillow tops or curtain panels. Let your imagination run wild and you will have the glorious home decor of iris. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY basic knitting skill of k, p, yo, k2tog, etc. This pattern includes complete instructions, list of abbreviations used and charts. GAUGE 9 stitches = 2 inches (5 cm), 12 rows = 2 inches (5 cm) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Finished Size: 8 inches (20.32 cm) wide by 67 inches (170.2 cm) long Long Scarf: 8 inches (20.32 cm) wide by 100 inches (254 cm) long SUGGESTED YARN 360 yards of Sport weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN cascade venezia (Merino & silk) COLORWAY orchid haze - lavendar

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  • or Sport or DK Weight Yarn 360 Yards (330m) [540 Yards (494m) for long Scarf]

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