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Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf

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Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf

 

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Materials:

  • Yarn: TLC® Wiggles™, 100% Acrylic 3.5 oz (100 g) • Approx. 250 yd (230 m), color: Peach
  • Needles: US 8 (6 mm)
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  • Yarn and needles of your choice!

The knitting starts with a provisional castâ€on at the widest point of the triangular scarf and one half of the scarf is knitted. Then the stitches from the provisional castâ€on are placed on the needle and the other half of the scarf is knitted in the other direction.

Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf

Size:
64 inch x 11 inch (widest point)
165 cm x 28 cm

Instructions:

  1. With a piece of waste yarn crochet a chain of 40 stitches.
     
  2. With your needles and yarn pick 37 stitches from the “bumps” on the back of crocheted chain. Set up the lacey pattern according to the 1st row on the scheme as follows: stitches 1 and 2 – once, stitches 3 through 10 – 4 times, stitches 11â€13 – once.
     
  3. To continue, follow rows 3â€18 of the scheme. Please note that the even rows are not shown, but it is easy to “feel” them: if the stitch was knitted on the right side – it will be purled on wrong side. YOs are purled.
     
  4. Decreasing will naturally happen on the left side of your knitting †just remember that after row 18, you will repeat stitches of the decrease (shown in gray, rows 7â€18).
     
  5. As you progress you will see that the number of pattern repeats will decrease.
     
  6. Knit following the scheme until you have 10 stitches left, cast them off using any method you prefer.
     
  7. Alternatively, you can knit all way to the point when you have only 2 stitches left †you will have a pointy end.
     
  8. Remove the crocheted waste yarn picking up stitches on your needle. Make sure that the first row is to be knitted on the right side. Follow the set up row 1 on the scheme B: 1â€3 are knitted once, 4â€10 – 4 times, 11â€12 are knitted once. You are set now to knit the second part of the shawl.

Diagonal Baktus Lace Scarf

Pattern in words:

The first half of the scarf

  1. With a piece of waste yarn crochet a chain of 40 stitches.
     
  2. With your needles and yarn pick 37 stitches from the “bumps” on the back of crocheted chain.
     
  3. Setup row: sl 1, k2, *yo, p2tog, p2, yo, k2togtbl, k2* (repeat from *to* 4 times), k2
     
  4. 2nd row: in every even row if the stitch was knitted in odd rows it will be purled, if it was purled it will be knitted, yo – purled. Proceed in this manner until you have 2 stitches left, then: k1, p1
     
  5. 3rd row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1* (repeat as many times as needed), k3
     
  6. 5th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, k2togtbl, k2
     
  7. 7th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, yo, k3tog
     
  8. 9th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, p2
     
  9. 11th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, p2
     
  10. 13th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, p3tog
     
  11. 15th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, k1
     
  12. 17th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1*, k1
     
  13. 19th row: sl 1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 1, row 3*, repeat from row 7
     
  14. 21st row: s1, k1, *8 stitches of pattern 3, row 5* , repeat from row 9 etc,
     
  15. You will proceed in this manner repeating rows 3â€17 of the main pattern and at the same time at the end of each row repeat stitches in bold from rows 7â€17 which will ensure a slow decrease of the scarf width.

Pattern 1:

  1. Cast on number of stitches divisible by 8
     
  2. Patten is knitted in stockinet: in even rows if the stitch was knitted in odd rows it will be purled, if it was purled it will be knitted, yo – purled.
     
  3. 3rd row: *k2, yo, p2tog, p2, yo, k2togtbl*
     
  4. 5th row: *k3, yo, p2tog, p2, yo*
     
  5. 7th row: *yo, k2togtbl, k2, yo, p2tog, p1*
     
  6. 9th row: *p1, yo, k2togtbl, k2, yo, p2tog, p1*
     
  7. 11th row: *p2, yo, k2togtbl, k2, yo, p2tog*
     
  8. 13th row: *p3, yo, k2togtbl, k2, yo*
     
  9. 15th row: *yo, p2tog, p2, yo, k2togtbl, k2 *
     
  10. 17th row: *k1, yo, p2tog, p2, yo, k2togtbl, k1*
     
  11. 19th row: repeat 1st row

The second part of scarf:

  1. Place the stitches from the provisional cast on onto your needle; make sure that the first row to be knitted is on the right side.
     
  2. Setup row: k3,*k1, k2tog , yo, p2, p2togtbl, yo, k1* (repeat from *to* 4 times), k1, p1
     
  3. 2nd row: s1, k1, then in every even row if the stitch was knitted in odd rows it will be purled, if it was purled it will be knitted, yo – purled.
     
  4. 3rd row: k3,*8 stitches of pattern 2* (repeat as many times as needed), k1, p1
     
  5. 5th row: k2, k2tog, *8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  6. 7th row: k3tog, yo, *8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  7. 9th row: p2,*8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  8. 11th row: p2, *8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  9. 13th row: p3tog,*8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  10. 15th row: k1, *8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  11. 17th row: k1, *8 stitches of pattern 2*, k1, p1
     
  12. 19th row: repeat from row 7, *8 stitches of pattern 2, row 3*, k1, p1
     
  13. You will proceed in this manner repeating rows 3â€17 of the main pattern and at the same time at the beginning of each row repeat stitches in bold from rows 7â€17 which will ensure a slow decrease of the scarf width.

Pattern 2:

  1. cast on number of stitches divisible by 8
     
  2. 3rd row: *k2tog, yo, p2, p2togtbl, yo, k2*
     
  3. 5th row: *yo, p2, p2togtbl, yo, k3*
     
  4. 7th row: *p2, p2togtbl, yo, k2, k2tog, yo*
     
  5. 9th row: *p1, p2togtbl, yo, k2, k2tog, yo, p1*
     
  6. 11th row: *p2togtbl, yo, k2, k2tog, yo, p2*
     
  7. 13th row: *yo, k2, k2tog, yo, p3*
     
  8. 15th row: k2, k2tog, yo, p2, p2togtbl, yo*
     
  9. 17th row: k1, k2tog, yo, p2, p2togtbl, yo, k1*
     
  10. 19th row: repeat from 3rd row
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