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Silver Star Wrap / Scarf

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Skill Level

Intermediate

Skills Needed

  • Eyelet
  • Lace
  • Seamless
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

Silver Star is a beautiful lace wrap inspired by the splendor of mountains in the winter. Motifs depicting swirling snowflakes, loaded pine boughs at the timberline and rugged mountainous crags and valleys, are combined in two different lace pattern charts. Including instructions for knitting either a wrap or a wide scarf, this pattern uses both traditional Estonian and modern knitting techniques - perfect for the knitter who enjoys learning from the past as well as the present. Finished Measurements: Blocked wrap: 19"x57" Blocked scarf: 11"x50" Materials: 700 yards (for wrap) or 420 yards (for scarf) of fingering weight baby alpaca / silk yarn; shown in Knit Pick's Diadem Pattern includes helpful photos and written and charted instructions including notes for all the stitches involved. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit basic lace patterns graft together 2 pieces with kitchener stitch GAUGE Unblocked: 10 stitches / 8 rows = 1" in garter stitch (gauge taken from edging) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Blocked wrap: 19"x57" / Blocked scarf: 11"x50" SUGGESTED YARN 700 yards of Fingering weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Knit Pick's Diadem COLORWAY amethyst

Recommended with this pattern

  • size 3 knitting needles, circular or straight
  • stitch markers
  • blocking supplies

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Chelsea Berkompas Design
Chelsea Berkompas Design
Wife to my man; stay-at-homeschooling mama to 4 sweet monkeys. Knitwear designer, artist, maker, yarn + fiber lover, PNW adventurer, foodie, green thumb! I love every single thing knitting has to offer! Yarn + fiber, natural dyeing, needles and patterns… and of course, the incredible knitting community that shares my love of the craft! I am always looking to connect with other knitters, yarn designers, shop owners and people in the fiber industry, so please feel free to drop me a note! I'd love to hear from you!