Welcome Spring With This Elegant Spring Lace Scarf - Very Affordable Prize Knitting Pattern

Prize $7.00

Description: This lovely lace scarf surely will  make you feel beautiful and elegant. It would be a fabulous gift for someone special to you as well.  The scarf can be worn in so many different ways such as a shoulder wrap, a head scarf or just simply hang it around your neck.  The whole scarf is knitted with a little less than 2 balls of lace weigh yarn (less than 6 oz).  The lace pattern is beautiful enough for experienced knitter and yet easy enough for new knitters to learn.  The edging video tutorials are available to view if you ever needed help with the pattern.  The body lace pattern has only 6 repeated rows. Once you get used to the pattern, you’ll automatically knit without every looking at the pattern. The edging is done separately and then stitch to each ends of the scarf.

Measurement: Measured after the scarf has been blocked. Length = 71 inches, Width = 17 inches.

Gauge: 6 sts per inches with smaller needles (not very significant)


- 2 balls of lace weight yarn (yarn category 2). Each ball has 85g/3oz and 498 yards/455 meters of yarn. I used Patons Lace in woodrose color.

- 20 inches- Circular Knitting needle size US #6 (4mm) for scarf body

- Knitting needle size US #7 (4.5 mm) for lace edging

- Row counter

- Tapestry needle

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lace scarf / shawlspring lace scarf with edging can be worn over a dress to add more sophisticate look.
spring lace scarf/shawlSpring lace scarf can be used as a head cover.

Knitting Terms & Abbreviations In This Pattern

CO       -  cast on

K          -  knit

P          -  purl

k2tog    -  knit 2 sts together at once

k3tog    -  knit 3 sts together at once

sl 1       -  slip 1 st

psso     -  pass the slip st over the st just knitted

yo         -  yarn over

yrnd      -  yarn around needle, wrap yarn around working needle (right needle) once

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