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Oakland Lace Rib Scarf


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An easy, breezy lace scarf, designed to be simple enough for beginners and interesting enough for more experienced knitters. A perfect take-along for knit nights! Two different versions of the scarf are included with the pattern to explore how subtle alterations can produce an array of styles. It can be knit with any weight yarn and sized to suit your taste. The 3 page pattern includes both written instructions and simple charts. Buyers may make hand-knit versions of this scarf for sale, as long as credit is given to the designer. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic knitting; simple increases and decreases GAUGE 21 stitches and 28 rows = 4 inches (10 cm) in Lace rib pattern - not really important to obtain exact gauge SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Original version: 4.5 x 86 inches or as long as desired B-Side version: 6 inches wide x as long as you like it

Recommended with this pattern

  • Approx. 250 yds (229 m.) DK or sport weight yarn
  • Original pattern done with Berroco Vintage DK; alternate version shown in Misti Alpaca Pima Cotton & Silk; B-Side version in Red Heart Shimmer - 1 skein each
  • US 8 (5 mm) knitting needles

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Marie-Antoinknit - c'est moi - is an avid knitter, crocheter and self-avowed yarnaholic. I learned to love scarves while living in San Francisco, and learned to make them while living in Montreal. As for hats, I've loved a quirky hat since I was young enough to remember wearing them! My goal with my designs is to offer items that are easy to make but interesting, something you would be proud to give as a gift or enjoy enough to wear it yourself until it's worn out. I hope to have more designs in the coming months.