This fanciful rectangular scarf or stole features a deeply etched motif with plenty of textural interest to move the eye for a fascinating effect. When knit in a fine lace yarn, the linework will stand out in stark relief against a sheer background fabric. A mix of simple and complex lacework will keep this project interesting for intermediate and experienced lace knitters who want to stretch their skills. Be assured however that the wrong side work is quite logical and easily mastered with repetition—the stunning results are well worth the effort!
Shown here: scarf in Bare Naked Wools Cabécou Lace color Sel Gris
Cormo Lace, Yak + Silk Lace, Modern Deco Lace, Shetlandia Fingering, Jacob Fingering, Kent Lace, Fresh Lace, or any fine yarn which has approximately 400 yards per 2 ounces. Substituting yarn and/or needles may result in an overall variation in size, drape, and yardage requirement.
10(20) inches wide and 60(80) inches in length
scarf(wrap): 475(1500) yards
32 sts and 44 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch (unblocked)
22 sts and 26 rows = 4 inches in pattern stitch (stretched and blocked)
size: US 5 - 3.75mm