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Evangelina Lace Scarf
Evangelina Lace Scarf
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The Evangelina Lace Scarf is truly a work of art. This free scarf knitting patterns is a soft pink color and a weight perfect for spring. The delicate nature of this knitted lace scarf will surely bring a smile to your face. Plus, this easy pattern will not take long to work up, so you can make one and then make one for a friend or family member. You can't beat spring knitting patterns, because the colors are so soft and beautiful and the designs are so feminine. You will truly feel like royalty with this beautiful lace knit scarf wrapped around your neck.

NotesTension: 28 sts and 32 rows to 10 x 10cm in patt using 3mm needles
Sizing: Width: 142cm (56in)
Centre back to bottom point: 71cm (28in) Measured after pressing


Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

Materials List

  • Artesano Alpaca Silk Lace - 0043 Baby Pink, 2 x 50g
  • 1 pair 3mm Brittany needles
  • 1 x 4mm Brittany needle to cast off
  • Co-ordinating ribbon 2.25m (2½yds)


Place 1 st on needle.
Row 1: K into front, back and front of st. 3 sts.
Row 2: Yrn, k3. 4 sts.
Row 3: Yrn, k4. 5 sts.
Row 4: Yrn, k5. 6 sts.
Row 5: Yrn, k6. 7 sts.
Row 6: Yrn, k3, yrn, k2tog, k2. 8 sts.
Row 7 and every following WS row: Yrn, k to end of row.
Row 8: Yrn, k2, k2tog, yrn, k1, yrn, k2tog, k2. 10 sts.
Row 10: Yrn, k2, k2tog, yrn, k3, yrn, k2tog, k2. 12 sts.
Row 12: Yrn, k5, yrn, sk2po, yrn, k5. 14 sts.
Row 14: Yrn, (k3, yrn, k2tog, k3), to last 7 sts, k3, yrn, k2tog, k2. 16 sts.
Row 16: Yrn, k1, (k1, k2tog, yrn, k1, yrn, k2tog, k2) to end. 18 sts.
Row 18: Yrn, k2, (k2tog, yrn, k3, yrn, k2tog, k1) to last st, k1. 20 sts.
Row 20: Yrn, (k5, yrn, sk2po, yrn) twice, k5. 22 sts.
Row 21: Yrn, k to end of row. 23 sts. Cont as set rep Rows 14 - 21, working 1 extra patt on next and every foll 8th row to 263 sts.
Next 4 rows: Yrn, k to end of row. 267 sts

Top Picot Edging

Row 1 (RS): Yrn, k to end of row.
Row 2: Yrn, p to end of row.
Rep last 2 rows twice. 273 sts.
Row 7 Picot: K1, yrn, k2tog, to end of row.
Row 8: Yrn, k3tog, p to end of row.
Row 9: Yrn, k3tog, k to end of row.
Row 10: As Row 8.
Row 11: As Row 9.
Row 12: As Row 10.
Cast off loosely using 4mm needle

Side Picot Edging

With RS facing, starting at bottom, pick up 1 st from centre point, (k1, p1) from every side loop, pick up 1 st from Picot Row. 268 sts
Rep Rows 2-12 of Top Picot Edging.
Cast off using 4mm needle.
Complete second side to match.


Press or block to schematic measurements. Join corners. Slip stitch edging to WS. Thread ribbon through alternate side holes and anchor at top and bottom.


yarn round needle to increase by 1 stitch
slip 1, knit 2 together, pass slipped st over
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for those of you who were also confused with the instructions it is very simple. AFTER completing rows 1 - 21 simply repeat rows 14 - 21 a total of 30 more times. this should give you the 263 stitches on your needles!!

Elegant gorgeous lace scarf I will knit in yarn specified in the pattern. Added to my collection of stitches to learn to knit.

This is so pretty. Light and so delicate looking. I am not usually drawn to lacy patterns because then I have to concentrate too hard while knitting (lol!) but this Evangelina Lace Scarf is so gorgeous I just HAVE to make it for myself (although I know my daughter will be borrowing it often). Im not familiar with Artesano yarn, though - have not ever seen it here in South Africa. Has anyone perhaps used a different yarn? I would love to hear from you.

I would like to make this as a straight scarf. Can you provide the non "increasing stitch per row" version. The pattern is beautiful but I can't figure it out without the increases.

What you're asking is simply not possible with this pattern, the increase is what creates this effect and simply will not work without it.

After row 21, you state to repeat 14-21, working 1 extra pattern on next and every following 8th row. What do you mean by "1 extra pattern"?

This instruction is simply allowing for the increase in stitches and incorporating it into the pattern. There will be enough stitches on the next row and each following 8th row to complete 1 additional pattern on this row.

Hi- does this come with charts, and can you tell me the US needle size and also the measurments in inches? Thank you! )

Hello gossemeraxe 188186 2. I don't see a chart for this, however the pattern is pretty simple. I suggest working up a sample piece to learn the stitch pattern. Perhaps in some scrap yarn. A 3mm set of needles is some where between a US size 2 (2.75mm) and a US size 3 (3.25) mm. Personally, I would go ahead and use the size 3 since a perfect match for gauge won't be necessary for this project. 10 cm = 3.9" or approximately 4" so the gauge used is about 7 stitches per inch and 32 rows for 4". Hope that helps. Tension 28 sts and 32 rows to 10 x 10cm in patt using 3mm needles

There is no US equivalent to 3 mm needles, that's why the size is stated in millimetres, I would suggest going bigger not smaller with this yarn, so a US 3 and US 6 should work nicely. The sizing is given in inches in the description and the diagram, it is 56" x 28".

Please help... What i have to do after every repeat of rows 14-21??

Next 4 rows Yrn, k to end of row. 267 sts when there is 267 sts on needle you'll go into the top picot edging section of the pattern and continue through to the cast off. The side picot edging is done after you cast off. Hope this helps, happy knitting.

where is row 10 in this Evangelina Shawl pattern

Row 10 is written after Row 8 (on the same line as Row 8) It is not in bold type.

Hello janicehall08 15994 33! Thank you for bringing this to our attention! The pattern has been updated. -Editors of AllFreeKnitting


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