Wildflowers of the Scottish highlands furnish the inspiration for this pretty, lightweight scarf or stole in multiple sizes (small scarf/large scarf/stole). Worked from center back to hem using a provisional cast on to begin, the simple floral stitch patterns replicate an awakening springtime landscape, ending with a deeply scalloped hemline. The stitchwork is repetitive and easily memorized, making this a wonderful project for new lace knitters. Choose a relaxed, longwool yarn that will block well to shape the dramatic patterning.
Sample shown is the large scarf knit in Bare Naked Wools Shetlandia Fingering, color Moorit.
Matching Motif: Highland Spring
Bare Naked Wools Shetlandia Fingering, Jacob Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Kent Lace, or any longwool fingering yarn that knits to pattern gauge. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, drape, and yardage requirement.
10(14, 18) inches wide and 68(72, 76) inches in length
450(600, 900) yards
23 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (washed and laid flat to dry)
size 6US (4.0 mm) needle (or size to obtain correct gauge)