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Amethyst Lacy Knitted Scarf

By: Nina from ninasatmyhouse.blogspot.com
Amethyst Lacy Knitted Scarf
Amethyst Lacy Knitted Scarf
This image courtesy of ninasatmyhouse.blogspot.com

This Amethyst Lacy Knitted Scarf is a beautiful knitted scarf pattern. This scarf looks deceptively light because it follows a lace pattern, but it's still warm because of the worsted yarn. This free knitting pattern makes an excellent multi-season piece. The weight of the scarf makes it warm for winter, but the pale purple works for spring. If you've been looking for a scarf you can wear in more than one season, this is the scarf knitting pattern for you. Wear this scarf wrapped around your neck in the colder months or draped loosely around your neck in spring.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size10.5 or 6.5 mm

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I really like the criss-cross pattern down each column or strip. I'd like to knit a scarf with just one strip, not two. What would be the best way to adjust this pattern to do that? Would I use a heavier weight yarn and larger needles to increase the width of a single strip? That would create a heavier scarf and may require some experimentation.

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