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Clara's Cotton Scarf

By: Marianna from Marianna's Lazy Daisy Days

Looking for a reversible knit scarf pattern in a lovely stitch design? Enter Clara's Cotton Scarf. This simple yet stylish lacy scarf pattern is perfect for those spring days that require a bit of extra layering. This pretty knit scarf is airy enough to not overheat you, but has just enough weight to drape nicely over a plain t-shirt or a light sweater. Clara's Cotton Scarf is a spring wardrobe essential. We love it in the bright raspberry color as shown in the picture, but it would also look lovely in a light neutral.


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

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

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I am a newbie in the knitting world. Every time I do the eyelet row, I end up with one less stitch. What am I doing wrong?

Hi vivian192 6593598, We suggest posting your question to our Facebook page! We have a ton of talented followers who love giving advice. Thanks! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

I suspect you are doing what I do frequently, you're letting at least one of your yo's (yrn) slip into the pattern without being worked. I would pay closer attention to that stitch because that is where I and many of my students mess up our stiitch count. also be certain that you are not doing one too many k2tog because you cannot do that without the corresponding yrn to replace the stitch reduced-the way this pattern is written you should have 10 k2tog and 10 yrn (yo's) in each pattern row. hope this helps.


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