Ann Norling Six Lace Scarfs To Knit Pattern #46
Ann Norling Six Lace Scarfs To Knit Pattern #46. There are so many beautiful fine gauge yarns. I have chosen a fingering weight yarn (7sts=1") for these scarfs. Since it is a scarf, if the finished dimensions are slightly different, it really doesn't matter. Increase or decrease the width of the scarf by adding or subtracting the pattern's multiple that is listed with each pattern. The concern is that more or less yarn is needed to make changes, so be aware of how much is used with the first ball. There are several choices in skill levels in this collection. Even the simplest one will make a fashion statement. Make it really long, so you can wind the scarf around your neck or increase the number of cast on stitches for a shawl. You'll get hooked making these scarfs for all your outfits. A light blocking might be required.
- Materials used: 3-4 balls, fingering weight yarn, 149 yards/25 gram ball.
- As shown - 8 sts=1" on US #4 needle.
- Want to work on bigger needles? Larger sizes are listed on this pattern and vary by design. All are listed on this pattern!