Asymmetrical leaf patterns appear to be tugged by the breeze as they float over the surface of this summer weight scarf. Decreases on every row create crisp lines of definition and lend depth to a fine, silky fabric. In a heavier lace mohair yarn as shown in the alternate view, the motif is bolder but still airy and semi-transparent, for a light warm wrap in transitional weather.
Shown here in A Verb for Keeping Warm Shimmering (left), color Sorbet and Bare Naked Wools Chebris Lace (right), color Charbon
Bare Naked Wools Fresh Lace, Yak + Silk Lace, Cormo Lace, Kent Lace, Modern Deco Lace or any fine, silky laceweight yarn with approximately 275 to 325 yards per ounce.
Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size.
10 inches wide and 52 inches in length (blocked and stretched)
approximately 400 yards
32 sts and 48 rows = 4 inches in stockinette (unblocked)
size US1.5 (2.5 mm)or size to obtain gauge