6/29/12

Pattern Release: Quatrefoil Lace Scarf


Why are we women so drawn to lace?

             Maybe because like the intricate pattern of the lace shawl put over the plain dress transforms it into an evening gown - in the same way, when we put that lace shawl over our shoulders, we are transformed into that elusive Princess who lives within each of us, but is often lost within the haze of our everyday lives...



The Quatrefoil Lace Scarf has this transformative quality.  The simple rectangular shape allows for the showcasing of Estonian lace inspired pattern with flowers and nupps.   It might require some time to make it, but the beauty of it is worth the effort. 

Bring out your inner Princess - make this scarf for yourself! 

 Materials
Yarn:  KnitPicks Gloss Lace Yarn (70% Merino Wool, 30% Silk), 440 yards/50 gram – 2 skeins
Colorway:  Natural
Tools:  needles, US 6 (4 mm)
Notions: tapestry needle, blocking wires and pins
Finished size: 21 x 74 inches (52 x 190 cm)

Notes 
This rectangular scarf is worked in two parts from the middle point down to each end using a provisional cast on.  The pattern has nupps, but they can be substituted with beads if desired. 
The pattern is has both CHARTED and WRITTEN instructions. 


I am offering this pattern as an instant PDF download through Raverly (PayPal) 
for $5.00 (US).

You don't need to have a PayPal or Ravelry account to purchase the pattern - you can use your credit/debit card. 

Happy Knitting everyone - and Thank you for reading my blog!

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