This Wisp One Row Reversible Lace Scarf Craft Project is a step-by-step guide that teaches you how to knit a homemade scarf that is a beautiful addition to your cool weather wardrobe.
This article is perfect for those who love knitting. Here is a simple and easy pattern for . The One Row Lace Scarf is a great pattern to be knitted in different yarns. It provides a good opportunity to use some of your sport weight yarn or sock yarn, soft alpaca, and fingering weight wool.
For a scarf of about 5 x 60 inches (13 x 150 cm) unblocked, you need to have about 175 yards or 45 grams of superfine alpaca yarn. This will enable you to make a scarf that is super stretchy in both length and width. Moreover, you need to have a 6 mm or US 10 needle as you are required to use bigger needles than the yarn usually calls for. You can use a different size of needle or type of yarn to adjust the stitch count according to your will. While these materials will result in a width of 5 inches, you can increase by adding more stitches, which are dividable by 4.
To start, you need to knit 2 stitches together and cast 24 stitches (or any number that is dividable by 4). Then, you need to knit the pattern row and take the yarn over and knit further 2 stitches and repeat 5 times or until you have reached the desired length. Then cast off loosely to continue to second row. To finish off, weave in the ends.
used 45 g (~175 yards) of a superfine alpaca yarn. The scarf is about 13 x 150 cm (~5 x 60 inches) unblocked, and it’s very stretchy in both width and length.
Needles: 6 mm (US 10).
Use bigger needles than the yarn usually calls for.
Skill level: Easy(/Intermediate)
Gauge (not important): 8 sts = 5 cm (2 inches) in pattern.
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