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Menat Scarf


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Close your eyes and imagine a desert landscape on a distant planet, where the solar wind gently shapes the sand. Now imagine that landscape captured in a Seamen style lace scarf - stitches gently swaying in time with the wind. Knit in a fingering/sock weight yarn ~ "Menat Scarf" is both inspired by and named for the Menat Dune field of Venus - the 'hot' planet of love. You'll love this project that marries an interesting yet easy lace pattern with ribbing that gently hugs your neck - all while remaining a light weight scarf. "Menat Scarf" is shown knit in Brooks Farm Yarn Acero (60% superwash wool, 20% silk, 20% viscose; 420 yds/113g per skein). Only 284 yds were actually used for the scarf. This size skein allows for knitting the lace ends longer if desired. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl decreases yarn overs provisional cast on helpful GAUGE 17 sts and 30 rows = 4 inches in Lace pattern SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 9 inches x 46 inches SUGGESTED YARN 300 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Brooks Farm Yarns Acero

Recommended with this pattern

  • 284-420 yds fingering or sock weight yarn
  • US 7 (4.5mm) straight needles
  • Size G crochet hook

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Desert Rose Fiber Arts
I've been a 'crafter' all my life, and especially enjoy fiber arts. My first professional design was published in 2005, and since then I've had my designs published in knit.wear, Knitscene, Creative Knitting, Love of Knitting, Knitcircus, Twist Collective, Three Irish Girls Yarns, Universal Yarns, and Cascade Yarns, along with several books by DRG Publications. When not knitting, thinking about knitting or dreaming up new designs, I love spending time with my husband and pets, in the high plains of Colorado where we live.