This light, soft scarf transitions across several seasons when beautiful days are cooler, but not cold enough for an outerwear layer. Wear long and loose indoors with a sweater or blouse and double it up when stepping outside into the wind—this piece features a reversible openwork pattern that makes styling a cinch. The back and forth movement of the motif creates a wavy effect that plays well with streaky natural shades or hand-dyed color ways. Simple stitchwork makes this a highly portable, easy to work project for lace newbies and one that experienced knitters will enjoy it as a fun option for travel or gift knitting.
Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size and drape
Suggested Yarns: Bare Naked Wools Better Breakfast Fingering, Stone Soup Fingering, Chebris Lace, or Hempshaugh Lace, A Tree Hugger’s Wife Baby Targhee Lace, Sincere Sheep Cormo Fingering, Mountain Meadow Wool Hanna, The Unique Sheep Green Sheep Fingering, Swans Island Natural Colors Merino Fingering, Jill Draper Makes Stuff Esopus, or any springy, heavy lace/light fingering yarn that knits to the correct gauge.
9 inches wide and 56 inches long (Washed and stretched lightly)
Gauge: 21 sts and 32 rows = 4 inches in stockinette (unblocked)
size 6US (4.00 mm) or size to obtain correct gauge