Courage Lace Scarf
This scarf represents the courage so many people have who are fighting the battle of cancer in their lives. I designed this scarf purposely to cheer myself up when faced with discouragement over my own battle with cancer for the second time.
Featuring a delicate blossom and textured stitches the lace in this scarf will be fun to knit. Work this scarf from the bottom up to the center where you join the halves with the Kitchener stitch. There are charts and written directions to knit this scarf easily!
Finished measurements: after blocking are 72” long x 6” wide.
Yarn: about 440 yards of fingering weight. Sample used 2 balls of Knitpicks Palette fingering yarn; 100% Peruvian Highland Wool; 231 yards /50 gram balls: in color—Rouge.
Needles and Notions: Size U.S. 5 needles and 1 spare to hold work. Yarn needle to work Kitchener stitch and sew in ends.
This is a digital pattern download only not the scarf itself. Non-refundable.