This pattern is for a light summer scarf using 100 grammes (440-460 yards) of fingering or light fingering weight yarn, incorporating simple cables and columns of fagot lace.
Although it is not reversible both sides are attractive. One side has the deep texture of the cables, the other is smooth and really showcases the lace columns.
Iolair-Iasgaich is Gaelic for osprey, which has a wingspan of between 5 and 6 feet - the scarf will block to over 5 feet long and from 7.5-11 inches wide to really open up the lace if desired.
The sample was made using just under two skeins of Knit Picks Palette and measures 7.5 inches wide and 64 inches long after light blocking.
Charted pattern with full written instructions.
You will need to weigh your yarn to determine how many middle repeats you can achieve. It is knit in one piece - no grafting!