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Two Easy Lace Scarf Knitting Patterns for Beginning Lace Knitters
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May 30, 2013 14:02:36   #
Sewbizgirl
 
Two of my favorite lace scarf patterns: Winter Frost Lace Scarf, and Koigu Lace Scarf. Both are simple patterns, suitable for beginning lace knitters. Chose a pretty handpainted yarn, or a solid color to let the lace have the spotlight! Both lace patterns are easy to memorize, and the Koigu lace is just the same row, repeated over and over.

These are great accessories and are always welcome gifts!

Winter Frost scarf recommends 350-400 yards of medium wt. mohair, but any fingering or dk wt. yarn is a suitable substitute. Koigu scarf recommends 1 skein of Koigu wool, or a minimum of 175 yards of any fingering weight yarn. Gauge is not critical. These patterns will work in a variety of gauges.

$6.00
http://www.etsy.com/listing/152641227/two-easy-knitted-lace-scarf-patterns
Winter Frost Lace Scarf



Koigu Lace Scarf



 
May 30, 2013 14:38:38   #
laurelarts (a regular here)
 
These are gorgeous and they will make great gifts. I just realized it's time to start on my upcoming Christmas gifts.
May 30, 2013 14:57:46   #
Kelli aka Mrs.Kravitz
 
Beautiful! Love the colors :)
May 31, 2013 09:10:12   #
Rainebo (a regular here)
 
Oh, what lovely scarves and work! I agree they would make a great gift!
May 31, 2013 09:25:41   #
knitnanny (a regular here)
 
laurelarts wrote:
These are gorgeous and they will make great gifts. I just realized it's time to start on my upcoming Christmas gifts.


Thanks for the reminder... :-D
May 31, 2013 12:09:15   #
belleflower
 
Those are lovely!x
 
May 31, 2013 14:53:23   #
nanap
 
Very Pretty!
I love the yarn, too:)
Jun 1, 2013 02:30:36   #
Gypsycream (a regular here)
 
So pretty and so delicate.
Jun 1, 2013 07:32:24   #
SouthernGirl
 
So pretty.
 
          
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