Airy Antique Window Scarf


Airy Antique Window Scarf

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Airy Antique Window Scarf

If you've ever wondered how to knit a scarf that's delicate without being overly girly, look no further than the Airy Antique Window Scarf. This knit scarf pattern uses a simple, repetitive series of stitches to create an easy geometrical lace texture reminiscent of old leaded glass windows. Open and airy, elegant but not frilly, this lace knitting pattern is wonderfully versatile. Knit in a single color for easy mixing and matching, it can be dressed up or down to fit any occasion.


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm

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

Gauge23 stitches, 25 rows, 4 inches. pattern stitch

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This pattern looks difficult in reality it is not. It is so light and airy, It has a basic pattern which will work up really nicely. I prefer scarves like this over something heavier and I find it keeps you warm as well. Also good to wear over an outfit indoors when you need something extra for a draft. Thank you for the pattern.


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