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Old Flames Scarf

By: Kris Basta from Kriskrafter

The Old Flames Scarf is a warm, delicate piece you'll love forever. This beautiful knit scarf pattern features a gorgeous interplay of lace stitch work over a field of pomegranate red. The Old Flames Scarf is exactly like an old significant other. You'll always care about it and whenever you put it on, your heart will give a small leap in your chest. The Old Flames Scarf may not be able to give you a hug, but it will keep you nice and warm.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size10 or 6 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

 

If you like the Old Flames Scarf, be sure to check out another pattern by Kris Basta, the Gallatin Scarf!

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This is a lovely scarf. I would mention, though, that although it says "easy" above, the designer says it is more "intermediate," and I would agree. You have to cast on in a certain way, do your increases and be careful of your stitch counts for it to come out right. You'll also need long circular needles to accommodate all the stitches by the time you reach the top edge.

Absolutely love the finished product. Fast and easy to knit. The recipient loves it too. Now I need to do another one for myself.

Great quick knit. Nice gift scarf. Will probably knit again and again. Dawn

I would use a lighter weight yarn than suggested above. Worsted weight was a little too dense, and made it hard to see the pattern.

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