I love to wear scarves and with the arrival of spring weather, I wanted something lighter with drape to wear during the coming months. Since humidity is a large part of spring and summer in South-Western Ontario, I need a stitch pattern that would still look great, even if the scarf rolled or lost its blocking.
This pattern features a "rest" row, with purl worked on wrong side rows. Pattern includes both a chart and written out instructions for working the lace mesh pattern.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have placed markers between stitch repeats, please note that they will shift position – moving forward one st - on rows 5, 9, 13 & 19. The stitch markers will shift back the following row.
Yarn: 360 yards of DK yarn (sample worked in soy/bamboo blend tape yarn). Any yarn with drape can be substituted, especially silk and silk blends.
Skills Required • Lace knitting (several types of decreases) • Chart reading • Blocking