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A Green Lace Scarf

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This free knitting pattern is a great craft to get started on if you are new to the crafting world. It's an easy pattern to knit and you will love the results. Add some fashionable color to your wardrobe this fall season.

You can find this beginner knit pattern, along with several other easy knitting patterns, in our free eBook, Learn How to Knit for Beginners:  27 Easy Knitting Patterns.

Materials:

  • Worsted Weight/20 sts x 26 rows = 4"/10cm
  • Yarn (as shown in photo)
  • Needle Size - 6mm (US10/CAN4)
  • Bead Trim (optional)

Finished Size: (as shown in photo)
Width x Length
3" x 66"/8cm x 165cm

Abbreviations:

cm centimeter(s)
k knit
kwise as to knit
mm millimeter(s)
p purl
yo yarn over needle
to make one stitch
rep repeat(s)(ing)
sl slip
st(s) stitch(es)
tog together
 

Instructions:

  1. Cast on 14 sts, or an even amount of sts.
     
  2. Row 1: Knit to last st, p1.
     
  3. Row 2: Sl1 kwise, *yo, k2tog; rep from *, end p1.
     
  4. Repeat Row 2 until scarf measures 66"/165cm, or desired length.
     
  5. Next row: Bind off all sts kwise.
     
  6. Attach beads to ends of scarf, using invisible thread.

 

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Reviews

If you knit the second over and over, when do you drop the yarn overs?

maggieames 9142559

If you knit the second row over and over, when do you drop off the yarn overs?

maggieames 9142559

P.S. Of course instead of using green yarn; iwill use red! :-))

Dianaray 5980334

Tried a sample of the green lace scarf. I really like how easy the pattern is and the result. Ii had to go to utube to find out how to slip knit wise. I will use this pattern to knit red scarves to give to women heart patients. Thank you! WomenHeart Champion, 2012.

Dianaray 5980334

Will have a go this looks easy enough for me.

bonni 4987510

The instructions are very clear and the scarf is beautiful. It knits up really quickly as there is no complicated pattern to memorize. I'm knitting scarves for charity this year and am happy to work on something this pretty that doesn't take a lot of time. I think I may do several of this pattern. Thanks for the great pattern!

Kamedcalf 8159430

Am just going to begin this project but it sounds fun!

rekhakhosla 3869727

I have a question about this pattern ( A green lace scrarf )Row 2. S11 kwise,*ya k2tog: rep from *, end pl. What is S11, doe it mean slip 11?????

patloutucker 7549942

I think you should change the word "amount" of stitches to say "number" of stitches. An easy way to tell which word is correct is to answer the question, Can I count it? If you can count the number of stitches, number is correct. If you can't count it, as in The amount of rain was unusual, it's amount. The number of raindrops vs the amount of rain. Pet peeve #1. A close 2nd is ending a sentence with the word at!

denise56taylor 2458610

Very simple and works up fast....it's just a repeat row for the entire scarf...try different weights of yarn...experiment...have fun...

knitty001

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