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Candle Flame Scarf

By: Doris Formby from Knit with Doris

This lacy scarf pattern is as cozy as it is intricate. The Candle Flame Scarf is a reversible, lace knit scarf with beautiful stitch detailing. The pretty lace and cable pattern mimics the look of flickering candle flames moving with the wind. This is a gorgeous pattern that any knitter would be proud to show off. We love the Candle Flame Scarf in the light brown color of the picture, but any DK weight yarn will work as well.


Knitting Needle Size5 or 3.75 mm

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

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This beautiful pattern will be perfect if I can find just the right shade of red. Have been looking for the right pattern and this is it. Once you get through the 24 row repeat a couple of times it will be a breeze. The yarn it calls for is gorgeous but I will need to find a good sale or a good substitute.

What a pretty and elegant little scarf. The Pashima yarn must be wonderful to work with and would feel so soft against my neck. I usually don't care for variegated yarn in lace knits, but think that this one might lend itself to some wide subtle stripes.

Pattern worked out beautifully! Just getting ready to block it!

I am having problems with the pattern on row 15. The count is not right. Could you please take a look at the pattern and make sure it is correct??

The pattern works fine, on row 15 there is a K1,yo that is done twice-its the only repeat in the row, is it possible you missed that? if you haven't missed that you will want to look to your previous row for an error. hope this helps.


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