Friday, March 9, 2012

New Pattern: Lavienne Scarf

I am happy to announce that my newest pattern, Lavienne Scarf, is now up for sale.  Lavienne Scarf is a versatile scarf with curved ends worked in a striped entrelac pattern. It is begun by working the wider edge. The tiers are worked in alternating solid and striped diamonds. By omitting the side triangles a trapezoid shape is created. The final triangles are worked in short rows. Stitches are picked up along the curved edges then worked into a contrast ruffle. Lavienne can be worn as a scarf either wrapped or draped around the neck or worn as a mini shawl.

Skills needed: 
picking up sts 
previous experience with entrelac. If you have never tried entrelac, please take a look at my basic entrelac tutorial for further explanation.
Designer note: I am a loose knitter, so please check your gauge before beginning this project. It may be necessary to go up 1 or 2 needle sizes.
Yarn: About 250 yards required for main color and 200 yards for contrast color.

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