Trellis Lace Scarf
This is a fast, easy, unique, flexible, and highly textural way to answer the nagging question “what, besides admiring and petting it, do I do with this single skein of super-soft luxury yarn that just jumped into my arms and made me take it home?" The loose gauge makes the scarf knit up faster and your luxury yarn go further. The slight bias gives it a jauntily asymmetric skew. The lace pattern is simple and easy to learn – a good first lace project, and suitable waiting room or TV knitting for intermediate knitters, as you won’t have to keep referring to the instructions after the first couple of repeats. The pattern with specified needles is suitable for anything that might have jumped off the shelf at you from a light fingering (sock) weight through a heavy worsted weight yarn.
Gauge, yardage, and sizes shown in the pattern info are approximate, and based on the yarn you use. The pattern is written for most fingering-weight yarns, and includes both a chart and written dire