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Openwork Diamond Scarf

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The needles are thin and the yarn is even smaller, but keeping up with the detailed stitch work pays off with the Openwork Diamond Scarf. An intricate diamond style design runs down the length of this free scarf pattern, making it an elegant neck accessory you'll cherish for years. Due to the more complicated stitches, the Open Diamond Scarf is a good project for the intermediate knitter. Size two needles and mercerized cotton thread are used to create this treasure. Happy knitting!

Openwork Diamond Scarf
Openwork Diamond Scarf
This image courtesy of lostsentiments.blogspot.com

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size: 2 or 2.75 mm

Yarn Weight: (1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

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Ratings & Comments (8)

Sep 3, 2013

Oh, yay...I have the original you published a while back, but have trouble reading the chart (old eyes) so I've been watching, hoping you'd put a clearer chart out and here it is!! I'm a happy knitter.

 

Sep 1, 2013

Hi All, The post has been updated with written instructions and a charted pattern. Enjoy! Best, Dawn

 

8 Ratings

Aug 26, 2013

I too would need a hand written pattern. Is it possible? I would be willing to poay any costs. Thank you, Jean,.

 

Aug 25, 2013

Love the scarf - plan to make several for special friends. Live in cold climate in the winter and would like to use a yarn maybe other than cotton - has anyone used the pattern with large needles and a heavier yarn such as sport yarn. Open to any and all suggestions.

 

Aug 22, 2013

It is beautiful. Please can I have the written pattern. I am new at knitting and would love to make this scarf. Regards Monika.

 

Aug 21, 2013

I really like the scarf. Please give written text instructions. I don't do charts! Thanks in advance.

 

Aug 21, 2013

I,too, love this scarf and would like a copy of the pattern in a form that is user-friendly. I am not experienced enough to try it as it is written. Also, I have not knitted with charts at all, so a written pattern would be greatly appreciated. Lovely scarf! Thanks.

 

Aug 21, 2013

Finally!!! A scarf I am totally in love with, and I can make NO SENSE whatsoever of the hand-written chart. ????????

 

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