Spring Lace Scarf

Spring Lace Scarf
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Step 1: Getting Started

Ready for sunshine and crisp spring mornings? Accent your spring wardrobe with a pretty knit lace scarf in bright cheery colors. Use our free knitting pattern to create this lovely lace scarf to show off your knitting skills. Or share your talent and hobby and knit one for a special friend as a gift. A lace weight yarn in this spring green creates a pretty drape that will look amazing for any occasion, in any season.

Skill Level: Easy to Intermediate

Materials:

3 ounces of lace weight yarn approx 300 yards. (The sample was spun with 50/50 merino kid mohair)

Size 4 needles

Yarn needle

2 markers

Gauge: Gauge is not all that important for this project. You want a nice and airy lace, not stiff.

Finished size: knit to your desired length

Stitches used:

K – Knit

P – Purl

S2KP2 – Slip 2 Sts Knit 1 pass slip Sts over Knit stitch

YO- yarn over

 

Knitting Tips and Tricks:  When knitting lace it is a really good idea to use a life line. A life line is a scrap piece of yarn (not your working yarn) of a different color - some knitters use dental floss. Every so often, maybe 4 inches or so, run a scrap yarn through all stitches and keep knitting. If you make a mistake, you can then pull out the stitches down to the last life line, put the stitches back on the needles and keep knitting.

Step 2: Pattern Instructions

Scarf Pattern:

Cast on 55 Sts

Row 1-2: Knit all stitches

Row 3: K 2, place marker, K2 (YO, K1, S2KP2, K1, YO, K2) repeat until last 2 sts, place marker, K2.

Row 4 and all even rows unless noted: K2, slip marker, purls to next marker, slip marker, K2.

Row 5: K2, place marker, K3, (YO, S2KP2, YO, K4) repeat until you come to last repeat K3 at the end instead of K4, slip marker, K2.

Repeat rows 3-6: until scarf measures 46 inches (unblocked) or until you have 8 yards of yarn left. Ending with either row 3 or 5.

Repeat Row 1 and 2, bind off.

Lightly block.

 

scarf

 

About The Author

Melanie has more than 25 years experience as a Hands-on fiber artist and fiber arts teacher specializing in crochet, knitting, spinning, weaving and tatting. She has taught classes through various yarn stores, Community Education Programs, fiber fairs; as well as in 4-H programs around Idaho. She has been designing her own unique projects and patterns for numerous year and she has spent several years as a pattern tester for many yarn and design companies. You can usually find her working on something or planning her next project.