I've added the scarf pattern to my sidebar. I've also renamed it, for Liesel, who asked in the first place. I rather like her name! This is an easy lace scarf that can be knit in less than a day, and is a great stashbuster for those single skeins. It can be worked in various weights of yarn, from worsted down to laceweight. Worsted yields a very contemporary soft, chunky scarf, whereas laceweight yields a traditional delicate, airy scarf. For Liesel I used worsted. Try using 1 pattern repeat for a skinny scarf; add more pattern repeats for a wider scarf, perhaps 5 or so for a stole.
Size: One size fits all.
Yarn: 1 ball TLC Cara Mia (50% Acrylic, 19% Nylon, 18% Rayon, 13% Angora; 3.5 oz; approximately 210 yd) in #2205 Melon.
Needles: US8 / 5 mm. Adjust needle size to obtain correct gauge.
Gauge: 35 sts (edge sts + pattern) = 6.5" / 16.5 cm. To save time and ensure accurate sizing, check gauge.
Required Skills: Decreases, increases.
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