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Ripples and Lace Scarf


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Stylish. Chic. Lacy. Lavish. Elegant. Luxurious worsted weight yarn gives the leaves their shape, creating structural elements with texture, as well as a lacy patterning, making this a quick knit. All eyes will be on this chic, stylish scarf, as you transport your outfit to new heights. This pattern creates a large scale lace that makes it a modern must-have, dressing up any outfit in a snap. Done before you know it. Step out in style with Ripples and Lace; a scarf to be noticed in, a scarf you can feel good about wearing. This pattern isn't hard. In fact, a beginner test knitter said, "I had no trouble at all. Pattern was well written and easy to follow." BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY K2tog = Knit 2 together P2tog = Purl 2 together P3tog = Purl 3 together Yfwd = yarn forward (in front) K = Knit P = Purl GAUGE 16 sts and 20 rows = 4 sts/inch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Approximately 6.5 inches wide x 70 inches in length SUGGESTED YARN 330 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knitpicks Ande del Campo COLORWAY your choice

Recommended with this pattern

  • Size 9 (5.5 mm) straight needle
  • Tapestry Needle
  • Scissors

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Deb Buckingham is a full-time knitting pattern designer and author of "Dishcloth Diva," first publication 2012 and recently updated, as well as, "Dishcloth Diva Knits On". She creates patterns that are modern and chic in design, but allows room for even the novice knitter to gain confidence in knitting. Advanced knitters will love the simple, and sometimes challenging designs. She has also been published in the 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Knitting Calendar released by Simon and Schuster. Her work can also be found and purchased on and where she works as a designer. Her website on Etsy drives consistent traffic to her creations. She is a member with TKGA (the knitting guild of America) and blogs at A mother, wife, grandma, sister, friend, writer, photographer, knitter, quilter, but most of all a yarn-a-holic, she enjoys alot. You will often find me nestled in my favorite chair, in front of my favorite TV design show, working on my next favorite project. Don't forget to follow her on Facebook: As Always, Knit On!!