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Colorful Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern

Designed by Barbara Breiter

Colorful Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern

Knit with a bulky yarn that changes colors and knits up fast. The lace open work pattern is extremely simple and easy to remember! Knit from side to side so the color changes occur vertically.

Colorful Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern

Colorful Lace Scarf Knitting Pattern Size:
5½" wide x 64" long

Gauge:
9.5 sts = 4" in Pattern Stitch

Materials:
2 balls Mochi Plus by Crystal Palace Yarns
Color 603 Spice Market
80% Merino wool, 20% nylon
95 yards/50 grams
Size 13 US (9 mm) 35" circular needles

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Instructions
Seed Stitch
Row 1:
k1, * p1, k1; rep from *
Row 2: sl 1, *p1, k1; rep from *
Rep Row 2.

Pattern Stitch
Rows 1 & 3 (WS):
Purl
Row 2: k1, *yo, k2tog; rep from *
Row 4: *SSK, yo; rep from * across, end k1
Rep these 4 rows.

CO 151 sts.
Work 2 rows Seed Stitch.
Work Pattern Stitch 24 rows, then rep Row 1, maintaining first and last 3 sts in seed st.
Work 2 rows Seed Stitch.
BO loosely in pat.
Weave in ends.

©Barbara Breiter This design may not be reproduced in any manner without the expressed written consent of the author.

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