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Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf



You'll feel as glamorous as a queen whenever you wear this lightweight summer pattern for Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf. Bursting with eye-catching color and made with a construction that's lighter than air, this scarf also boasts a simple lace pattern, making it ideal for those who are interested in learning the delicate art of lace knitting.

Tao Silk and Parisienne Scarf
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Knitting Needle Size: 9 or 5.5 mm

Yarn Weight: (3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Sep 13, 2014

This looks absolutely beautiful!! Is it ok to only make it with one type of wool though?


Jun 15, 2013

I made two of these with the Colinette yarns (ordered from They are magnificent. The first as a scarf and the second as a cowl (twice as wide and with a provisional cast on so I could kitchener it together). What you're seeing above is the WRONG side of the scarf, I verified with jimmybeanswool.


12 Ratings

Jun 5, 2013

its beautiful I have to make one


Aug 15, 2012

I made this scarf for my sister's birthday and it turned out beautifully. I did have to start over a few times because my count got messed up. The only way I was able to successfully complete it was to mark off EVERY row once it was completed. It worked for me and should work for anyone else.


Jun 19, 2012

Just finished my scarf. I love it! Not sure that my pattern was correct as it is not as lacy as pictured though


May 18, 2012

Where can i find the yarn to make this scarf?


May 18, 2012

This is the first pattern I have tried that is not a beginner pattern. I worked on this for several hours. I end up with decreasing stitches, so what am I missing? The decrease I am sure comes from the K2tog. So where am I missing the increase? I do the YO, I think the slip sitch is ok, unless the requires a knit too. Any ideas? I feel close to having this , but each row, I lose four stitches. I love the pattern and have some wonder fibers to knit with this.


May 17, 2012

Where do I buy the yarn?


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