Monday, December 13, 2010

Simple Lace Scarf Pattern

I wrote about this scarf last month, but wanted to officially post the pattern with decent pictures. That's my sister Hil modeling the scarf after I gave it to her last night. She's just starting to get a baby bump.

It's a simple one row lace scarf knit on big needles. The Malabrigo yarn that I used is pillow soft. I'm sensitive to wool and usually can't wear it next to my skin, but this yarn didn't bother me at all when I tried on the scarf.



After I washed it in rinse-free Soak and blocked it, the pattern opened up and it got quite a bit longer. (Flora-scented Soak smells SO good. )

If you want your scarf narrower or wider, just be sure to cast on a multiple of four stitches. I think this pattern would also look good in a fine weight yarn using much smaller needles.


Supplies:

Two skeins of Malabrigo Merino Worsted

Size 15 needles

Abbreviations:

K2: knit two stitches

YO: yarn over

PSSO: pass slipped stitch over

To knit the scarf:

Using size 15 needles, cast on 16 stitches.

Row one: *K2, YO, slip one stitch purlwise, K1, PSSO*, repeat to end of row.

Repeat row one until scarf reaches desired length.

Cast off and enjoy.

17 comments:

Tracey said...

I just copied your pattern to my book. The scarf would make a great gift for my sisters too. I have never heard of Soak so thank you for the introduction to a new product. Have a wonderful day.

Theresa said...

What a beautiful scarf and the model is looking gorgeous in it! Baby bump is looking CUTE!

Have a blessed day my friend! HUGS!

Caffeine Girl said...

What a great, fast scarf. I've got to keep that pattern handy! (And congrats to your sister!)

Jane said...

Lovely scarf and model. I have yet to get my hands on Malabrigo - heard so many good things about it - but I'm trying really hard to not buy yarn until I finish some projects!!!

Suz said...

Oh what a cute model and the scarf is the finishing touch to a glowing woman's neck
Wonderful..too bad I don't know a knitting needle from a pine needle..But I know pretty when I see it
Tell your sister I adore the artwork on her walls by the way nice colors

Kim's Treasures said...

What a pretty scarf! It's a great gift! I ordered some white fleece scarves for my gf's and I'll add yo-yo's to them. Hope they like them!

Have a great day!!!
Kim

Rachel said...

It's beautiful, Stacy! Another pattern I will try out, maybe over the break.

Your sister is so cute :)

Niesz Vintage Home said...

Beautiful scarf!
Love the open and airy stitch.

Kimberly :-)

Thimbleanna said...

Oh, it's beautiful. I love that it's lacy -- the perfect gift!

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Rosina {Rosy ~ Posy} said...

Hi :) Just popping over from Linda's blog and I love the lacey look of your scarf. So pretty :) Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

Allison said...

Scarves are always great gifts. I've bookmarked this!

Jamie @ Sheepless In The City said...

This looks like an AWESOME pattern! Now I just need to get brave and learn more than the basic knit stitch!

KIM said...

Love the look of this scarf. Will make after I am done with 2 pairs of socks. Where do you get "SOAK"?

Lauren @ Hobo Mama said...

This is nice and easy and fun — thank you! I'm making it from some shimmery ribbon yarn and it's gorgeous.

Lauren @ Hobo Mama said...

Hey, it took me a year apparently, but I finished. ;)

http://www.hobomama.com/2013/01/off-my-needles-ribbon-lace-scarf.html

I'm going to make a couple more as gifts!

Cindy said...

Love this pattern! I knit it in a cream coloured light wool blend for my daughter. Cast on 24 stitches and joined the ends to make a circular scarf. Gorgeous!