Goddess Summer Scarf


Goddess Summer Scarf


Goddess Summer Scarf
Goddess Summer Scarf

You will look simply divine when you wear the Goddess Summer Scarf. This gorgeous lace pattern shows you how to make a scarf that is light and airy, a fantastic companion to any summer ensemble. Sometimes, scarf patterns seem monotonous, but the stunning lace knitting technique used here creates a beautiful accessory that you will naturally gravitate toward when picking out your perfect summer outfit. However, the real beauty behind this scarf is that it will make you and your talent the star.


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

Gauge1 stitches, 2 rows, 3 inches. stockinette stitch

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This is a beautiful scarf. I love lace and I love knitting lace . It is fun watching the lace form, but you do have to pay close attention because it isn't fun to frog lace. It is really hard to go back a few rows without messing up your other yarn overs, so one mistake can end up taking so much time to fix. But, if you make sure to keep your stitches counted you should be ok.

There is no photo but once you click on the pattern, there it is and it is quite lovely. Lacy scarves always add something to an outfit and they come in handy when the air conditioning is a little too cold. This will go on my list. Thank you.

Hi Tricia108, the photo for this pattern has been updated. Our apologies for the inconvenience! -Editors of AllFreeKnitting

This site would be so much quicker and easier to navigqte if the pages weren't filled with so much uninspiring advertising.

Been looking for a light weight scarf for those cool summer evenings and this fits the bill. Love the Classic Elite yarns and this one seems just about perfect. Personally not wild about the fringe but that is the beauty of the options offered here.

the pattern stitch is easy to remember making this another carry-along project, something one has to have for waiting rooms and travel times. I particularly like the fringe options as the scarf looks great with or without, the contrast fringe setting it off extremely well


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