Grape Ivy Lace Scarf
This lovely grape-hued scarf features a center of leaves and a lace side edging which is a pleasure it knit in a luscious color-changing yarn. You knit it from the bottom up to the Kitchener stitch joined center following either charts or written instructions. There are rippled bottom borders which add extra lacyness to the pattern!
Finished Measurements after blocking are: approximately 64” long x 7”wide.
Yarn: 396 yards fingering weight. Sample was knitted with 1 ball Knitpicks Chroma fingering yarn; 70% Wool, 30% Nylon; 396 yards/100 grams; in color—Jam Jar.
Needles and Notions: Size U.S. 5 straights plus 1 spare to hold stitches; yarn needle to work Kitchener stitch and weave in ends.